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#1621 of 1859 Re: 1994 Honda Accord emission test plug [rob1994accord]
Jul 13, 2010 (2:22 pm)
The1994 Honda accord is not OBD-2 compliant.
OBD-2 did not start till 1996 so there is no connector behind the ashtray on the 94, only 96 and later.
I don't believe Air Team emission test facility know exactly what they are doing.
I believe they are going to have to do the OLD TAIL PIPE CHECK.
Call your local Honda place they will tell you how/where the test is done.
The 1994 is OBD-1 which means there is no real standard across vehicles.
To read trouble codes On the 94, the sc ( service connector) is not by the foot well or behind the ashtray, it is behing the glove box,, there is a 2 wire plug and a 3 wire plug ,,I think they are either green or blue ,,, you want to jump the 2 wire plug with a paper clip , put the key on and read the fashing codes on the instrument cluster.
#1622 of 1859 Re: 94 accord need some help no criuse control [jw565]
Jul 17, 2010 (1:48 pm)
Had the same issue on my 98 honda accord... the light on the button will come on but the cruise control will not engage when the button on the steering wheel was pressed.... I replaced the brake light switch, it works fine now...
Jul 25, 2010 (9:40 am)
Where do you add the brake fluid in a 1994 Honda accord?
#1625 of 1859 Re: 1997 Honda Accord won't start [omarr]
Jul 28, 2010 (7:18 pm)
Ok people here was the problem. On a 97 Honda Accord SE, there is a door lock security control unit under the front passenger seat. If your door locks and security system both go out, I would check this module. From what I could gather, this module would only fit 97 Accord SE's. So it was a little hard finding one at a salvage yard. So to sum this whole deal up......if you drive into some water and it gets the inside floor board/ carpet wet, check the ECM and the door lock/ security control module. They are both located on or at the front passenger floor board. Peace out and Praise Jesus that I figured this mess out!!!
#1626 of 1859 95 accord lx manual- warped rotors
Aug 03, 2010 (8:26 am)
I have a 95 accord with a warped front passenger side. I tried to take the rotor out myself, but it was stuck. I've worked on accords before and this one seemed to be snugged in. Is there a certain way or any advice on how i would be able to take out the warped rotor? Any advice would help greatly. Thanks
#1627 of 1859 Re: 95 accord lx manual- warped rotors [syang001]
Aug 03, 2010 (8:36 am)
The Rotors on the 95 accord are pressed on or "captured rotors". I have seen it done outside of a shop a few times, but it is a pretty painful process and the new ones generally need to be pressed on as well, usually by a hydraulic press. I have very few complaints about the accords, but the pressed on front rotors are one of them. I usually pay my local import shop about $150 to replace the rotor and bearing at the same time.
#1628 of 1859 Re: 95 accord lx manual- warped rotors [syang001]
Aug 03, 2010 (8:57 am)
The rotor comes off from the back side.
It is a pretty big job,
The unit will need to be removed from the control arms and drive shaft,
The unit will need to come off the car
You will destroy the wheel bearing because it will separate when you push it from the housing.
Honda put the screws to us from 94 thru 97 on this job
Go here and download this Manual and read up.
Extract with password: manualspace.com
Reply for more info if needed.
#1629 of 1859 97 Honda Accord LX all gauges not working
Aug 11, 2010 (6:48 am)
1997 Honda Accord LX - 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 150000 miles
The odometer stopped work about three weeks ago, and the Check Engine light was ON. While I was thinking to change the VSS, last Friday I think I saw a kind of smoke in the front when I turned off the car at a gas station. I was not quite sure where did the smoke came from. The first thought was dust from the ground since I did not smell anything inside the car. After filled the tank, I started the car and found all meters had no signal, and the Check Engine light was OFF. There was no problem to change the gear. I drove the car home and parked it in the garage. The next day, I found the gear shift was stuck in the Parking and not able to switch to R or D. There was no power window either (I am not sure if it was gone with the gauges at the same time or with the gear shift later.)
Now, to change the gear shift from P to R or D, I have to insert a key into the Shift Release hole after the car started. The car seems running fine on the road. However, there is no any signal from Temperature Gauge, Tachometer, Speedometer, Trip Meter, Fuel Gauge. Power Window, Clock, and Reverse Light when I shift to R stopped work as well. However, AC, turn signal lights, stop lights, head lights, high lights, Radio, and Cigarette Lighter still work fine. I checked the fuse under hood and dashboard on driver side, all of them are not burnt out.
Another thing, a few years (3-4 yrs) ago, the Odometer (only) stopped running for several weeks, and then kept working till recently.
What can cause the problem? What should I check?
#1630 of 1859 need help
Aug 14, 2010 (8:27 am)
my honda accordlx 94 is running hot.the cooling fan will not come on.I un plugged the cooling fan and the other fan is heeping the car cool what can I do to get both fans to work?