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#1953 of 2254 Re: Passenger Seat of a 2002 Accord [mba101]
Jan 03, 2010 (4:48 pm)
I am not sure how the back cover of seat came off as they are very tightly in place. I have taken the back off on my 94 and 08 Accords before to smooth out the lower back seat bulge.
The white plastic push pins in back cover off front seats are the type that slide in/out in the back seat cover frame. You need to buy two new plastic push pins at about $1.50 each from a Honda dealer. Once these pins are used, they deform and will not hold shape or tension.
Take both old push pins out and replace with the new ones. Slide in the two large plastic tabs in top of the back seat cover in place. Using a flashlight, lay down on rear floor mat and VISUALLY align and place the new push pins in holes in back seat frame. Once each push pin is aligned, firmly tap on seat back where the push pins are. The pins will press in and lock in holes.
#1954 of 2254 Re: Hard to Start [cannell3]
Jan 06, 2010 (7:32 am)
replace your coolant sensor,your mechanic knows ,where is it located.
#1955 of 2254 Re: Accord 98' trouble starting [rdunham1]
Jan 06, 2010 (7:36 am)
replace your fuel pressure regulator
#1956 of 2254 Re: SRS Light Is On [siadn]
Jan 08, 2010 (8:53 am)
There is a recall for seat belts. My SRS light came on about a year ago and it was covered under the recall. Of course, the light might come on due to other factors as well.
#1957 of 2254 Re: SRS Light Is On [akv25]
Jan 08, 2010 (9:27 am)
My SRS light has been on in my 2002 Accord V6. I never received a recall and I can't locate one. Do you have more info on this recall so I know if it effects my car?
#1958 of 2254 Re: SRS Light Is On [tbloom]
Jan 08, 2010 (10:39 am)
You can call your local Honda Dealer Service Dept. and give them your VIN number, and they can check whether there are any outstanding recalls on your vehicle. The only one I have seen relates to the Ignition interlock.
The seat belts are covered under a lifetime warranty, so the SRS light could be covered.
#1959 of 2254 Re: SRS Light Is On [mitchflorida]
Jan 09, 2010 (11:20 am)
I have a 98 Accord V6. The SRS light came on a couple weeks ago. I do have a OBD II device and was wondering if anyone knows if these devices can be used to read the SRS codes or is it specific to the Check Engine light?
Also, from what I've read, seems the seatbelt recall only applies to the 2001-2002 models?
#1960 of 2254 SRS = Seatbelt "Lifetime Warrantee"
Jan 09, 2010 (12:48 pm)
We have two accords 2000 and 2001 and both have had SRS dash lights. That is a dealer manditory repair at ther expence. Lifetime warrantee on safety item.
It is not a recall Item but a failed safety item. Check with NTSB if any problems.
#1961 of 2254 Re: Hard to Start [cannell3]
Jan 10, 2010 (6:31 am)
May want to have some one check your distributor cap. I am not a mechanic but have a 95 Accord - 4cycl. I had this problems years ago and found out I needed a new distributor cap. It would struggle to start and then one day would not start at all if it was real cold and had never had problems with it b4. As soon as the temp rose abt a few degrees it was fine. Found out had a bad distributor cap. No problems since then. That was abt 7 yrs ago.
Jan 11, 2010 (9:44 am)
I put my car in D4 and it was slow to move. Moved it to D3 and still same response, however, the D4 light on the dash kept blinking. Anyone know what this means? I am hoping minor, and not a transmission problem.