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#180 of 2104 Re: can't get my stereo to work in 1992 honda accord [joenhol]
Apr 27, 2006 (7:25 pm)
From a 1993 owners manual, for what it's worth.
The radio must be on and the word "CODE" must show in the display.
Enter the 5 digit code using the preset station buttons.
(the code is printed on the cards that came with your radio)
Be sure to complete the number sequence even if a mistake was made. For example, if you entered the wrong number in the second position, continue entering the last three numbers anyway. A beep will then sound after five digits are entered and the word "CODE" will reappear in the display. You should then enter the correct code.
Once you've entered the correct code sequence the word "CODE should disappear and the radio should operate.
If the correct code is not entered in three successive tries, the radio will not accept entry at this time. You must wait one hour with the radio left ON to re-enter the correct code.
#181 of 2104 Re: Seat Belt Light Flashing and Beeping Noise [donswartz]
Apr 27, 2006 (9:16 pm)
I have read a lot of posts around that people are having problems with this though nobody is posting how to fix it. I have tried a lot of things. I just don't want to go replacing parts if the part is good. It is a 1991 for crying out loud. Though it drives me nuts. I want to sell the car and nobody would buy it right now. I have unplugged the harness under the passenger seat. Now everytime I go to get out I closeline myself because the belt doesn't retract. Someone please help up. Thanks.
#182 of 2104 No Brake Lights 1992 Honda Accord LX
Apr 28, 2006 (10:41 am)
Hello, need help. My 1992 Honda Accord LX has no brake lights. All 3 bulbs are fine, checked every fuse in fuse box in engine compartment and fuse box in panel on drivers side inside of car. What should I look for now. I was told there is a brake switch under brake pedal, how do I test it? Thanks for any help.
#183 of 2104 Re: Seat Belt Light Flashing and Beeping Noise [donswartz]
Apr 28, 2006 (9:57 pm)
Before replacing any parts, you might want to part with the $10 and get the Haynes or Chilton's repair manuals, or get the factory one off eBay. These little mysteries may be much clearer after that.
#184 of 2104 Re: can't get my stereo to work in 1992 honda accord [tom1sharon2]
Apr 29, 2006 (10:42 am)
thanks for your response. we ended up disconnecting the battery and starting over with the code and the stereo came back on the first try.
#185 of 2104 Re: My Accord Has Gone Crazy [tom1sharon2]
Apr 29, 2006 (10:53 am)
only when i let off of the gas.
#186 of 2104 speedometer stopped working
Apr 29, 2006 (11:13 am)
My 1991 honda accord's speedometer quit working.Does it operate by cable or some type of module?
#187 of 2104 Re: Seat Belt Light Flashing and Beeping Noise [donswartz]
Apr 29, 2006 (8:17 pm)
Ok I have the same problem with my`90 accord automatic seatbelts the seat belt sign wont stop flashing and the beep er is driving me nuts,I have opened the whole panel on the passenger side and I see two switches one where its on door open position and the other on door close position now the one on the open door position is easy to replace but the one on the close door position is hard to replace any suggestions? and I don`t even know if that will fix the problem. Anyone out there have suggestions???
#188 of 2104 Re: My Accord Has Gone Crazy [iwantmoney]
Apr 29, 2006 (10:28 pm)
New Info: I removed the IACV and found that one of the two holes had a damaged screen. The screen is completly torn. Could this be responsible for the idle surging when the engine is warm? Can someone tell me a good way to disconnect these hoses that run in and out of the IACV. They really dont want to come off and I am affraid to cut them because I think one of them is full of coolant. I have read that the IACV only effect the idle of cold engines and my problem occurs when the engine is warm. The other symptom is overheating within 8min of driving time. This seems fast, if the IACV is controlled by the thermostat then maybe the thermostat is badd too. It just oveheats so fast. Any help would be appreciated.