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#1501 of 1859 Re: 1997 Honda Accord Condenser Fan Runs Continuously [juandoe]
Sep 24, 2009 (10:10 am)
Check the hot water hose cutoff valve.
The hose supplies hot water to the heater coils and if the valve does not shut the hot water off during the cooling mode you will get warm air and think the air conditioner is not working correctly.
The valve is located on passenger side near the fire wall. It can be seen from the top side behind the motor. On position, the lever on the valve is inline with the hose. Off position, The lever on the valve is 90 degree to the hose. You can reach the valve from the top side and make sure the valve is completely 90 degree to the hose.
Been there done That
#1502 of 1859 Re: 1997 Honda Accord Condenser Fan Runs Continuously [juandoe]
Sep 24, 2009 (3:10 pm)
One more thing you might be able to check. If your vintage of Accord uses an A/C receiver-dryer with a sight glass in the top, you can see if there is any refrigerant passing through the receiver dryer. A low system will show fluid with alot of bubbles. The dryers are usually mounted near the front of the car, around the condenser.
#1503 of 1859 Re: 95 Accord 4cyl Steering boot torn [Trhenning]
Sep 25, 2009 (8:16 am)
Back to the subject of steering boot torn.
If I succeed in separating the tie-rod ball joint and knuckle, could I then slide the new boot onto tie rod without having to unscrew the tie rod alignment nut, thus avoiding a need for subsequent alignment?
Or will the new boot not fit around the ball joint?
Is there anything I need to put inside the new boot before installing? I think not.
#1504 of 1859 Need Inputs for 1994 Honda Accord Heater Core...PLEASE HELP
Oct 07, 2009 (12:26 am)
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Hi i was just wondering if any of you guys ever replaced a Heater Core for a 1994 Accord. My accord doesn't have heat. It blows and all but no heat. I checked my temp switch and turns out it was broken. Got a new one and turns out when i turn it to the hot mode(right).. It turns back to the left cause its not strong enough to stay there. somethings wrong with the part (on the bottom where the temp cable hooks onto) i kinda noticed it when i inspected it. So i kinda cheated. What i did was i popped my hood and adjusted the temperature switch to open and threw a tie strap on there so it wont shut the valve. After i did that i turned my engine on and left it running to see if any heat would come. After 17 minutes didn't noticed anything different. Same old air. The only different thing that i noticed was that if i set it into the defrost/blower mode i can feel a little warm air coming out of the LEFT driver side. But then the center blowers and the passenger side blowers blow regular cool air. So i figured its a possibility that it might be my Heater core so here i go....30 Minutes before it turned dark i got the dash out and the center console piece disassembled. Looking at the pictures this is where im at right now. Was just curious....Do i have to take out the round metal bar (which connects to the steering wheel-see image) that runs from passenger side to driver side? Because when i try to take the top piece off...It moves but wont come out because it keeps hitting the bar. I'm assuming i would have to take that part off and take the steering wheel out or down???
And 1 more thing....Is the heater core located in the bottom of the center console (see picture) because that's what im thinking cause thats where the inlet/outlet hose come in & out. This is my 1st time doing this so any help and Tips (regarding heater core removal) would be appreciated. Thanks and sorry for so long
#1505 of 1859 car shuts off while driving
Oct 07, 2009 (6:59 am)
I have a 1994 honda accord and it started shutting off while driving and when it shuts off the dash lights will stay on but there is a clicking noise coming from under the dash. The car will restart but you must turn the ignition off and crank again . then it will shut off again . I replaced the main relay and was ok for a couple weeks but now it is doing it again. also now the speedometer stopped working and light will start flashing around the d on dashboard . any ideas?
#1506 of 1859 1996 Cigarette lighter loose
Oct 11, 2009 (11:56 am)
My cigarette lighter has become loose and it's hard to get anything to charge with it now. Can this be fixed? Or do I need to replace the it? I've removed the console before and can get back there. I'm just not sure what to do with the lighter once I'm there. I've search online and see that others have had this problem, but I haven't seen anything about how to actually repair it. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
#1507 of 1859 Honda Accord 94' Heat not Working.....help!
Oct 12, 2009 (12:07 pm)
When I first bought the car about 6 months ago, the heat was working, but not too well. Then after the summer when I put the heat back on after not using it, it completely stopped working and only blows cold air. The AC also doesn't work, but I don't care so much about that, because I don't really need AC, and when I bought the car the guy told me that AC wasn't working and there was a part that he had bought for it that I have in the trunk. My question is, is there anyway I can fix this myself, because I really don't have much money to get it fixed. Now that winter is coming and it will be freezing I am going to need heat! Can anyone offer me any advice? It would be much appreciated. Thank you.
#1508 of 1859 Re: Honda Accord 94' Heat not Working.....help! [chrysa]
Oct 12, 2009 (12:28 pm)
Check your coolant (antifreeze) level. A lack of this will cause your heat not to work. make sure to check both the overflowtank and radiator (when the car is cool!).
#1509 of 1859 Re: Honda Accord 94' Heat not Working.....help! [chrysa]
Oct 12, 2009 (1:49 pm)
My guess would be the knob on the dash isn't opening/closing the inline water valve. If you look near the firewall, you will see a cable operated valve installed on one of the heater hoses. Take a look at the valves position, move the dial on the dash to the opposite position, and look at the valve again to see it's actually moving.
Another possibility would be a plugged heater core.
#1510 of 1859 Re: Honda Accord 94' Heat not Working.....help! [mrbill1957]
Oct 12, 2009 (4:24 pm)
If your temp control knob springs back on you, the knob is cracked. Take the knob off, and look closely. What happens is, when you turn the temp knob, the cable binds, and since the knob is the weakest link (plastic) it will crack where it goes into the dash, over the little rod. I bought two new knobs for my old Accord, before I figured out what was happening. When you try to turn the temp knob too fast, the cable binds, but if you turn it very slowly, it doesn't bind up. You can prevent cracking the knob again by turning the knob slowly, or you can turn it half way (or until you feel resistance) then release the knob for a couple of seconds (letting the cable release the tension), then turn it all the way to heat. I thought about taking the dash apart, and trying to lube the cable, but the turn one-half-at-a-time method always worked for me, so I never did.