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#2081 of 2262 Do I have Keyless Entry, how can I check?
Aug 18, 2010 (8:06 pm)
I bought my son a 2001 Honda Accord Ex from a private party. By the vin, it is supposed to be equipped with keyless entry. The private party wasn't the original owner but said they never had a remote for the car. So I bought a remote and followed the programming sequence published in several places on the web.... close all doors and trunk, turn key from off to on, hit lock button on remote turn key off, repeat three more times without allowing 5 seconds to expire between steps. Anyway, nothing ever happens. Maybe the keyless entry is broken... but everything else seems to work electrically with the car so I'm wondering how to tell if the car does in fact have the keyless entry option. I thought: well maybe the transmitter I bought is not working... but the led comes on so it appears to be transmitting. Any suggestions?
#2082 of 2262 Re: Do I have Keyless Entry, how can I check? [grega3]
Aug 19, 2010 (4:26 am)
It was standard equipment on the Accord EX for 2001.
#2083 of 2262 Cabin vs air conditioning filter
Aug 20, 2010 (10:33 pm)
I have a Honda Accord 2000 and I'm a bit confused about air filters. Do I have both a cabin air filter (the one behind the glove compartment) and an air conditioning filter? If so, where is the ac filter and is it fairly easy to replace (ie, no harder than the cabin filter). Thanks!
#2085 of 2262 Re: Cabin vs air conditioning filter [lletourn]
Aug 22, 2010 (8:01 pm)
There is only one filter that is servicable and that is the cabin filter behind the glove compartment. A/C evap or condenser may have some type of an in- line filter that that do not require ever replacing. Your filters are cabin, air, oil, and transmission ( if it is automatic). The old canister fuel filters are now a little screen in pick up tube inside the gas tank which is not considered servicable.
#2086 of 2262 SRS & Low Beam Headlights
Aug 23, 2010 (3:54 am)
2000 Accord EX (75,000 miles)-about 2 weeks ago the SRS light appeared on the dashboard and stays on. A few days ago lost both regular beam headlights but high beams, turn signals and parking lights work. Is there any connection? What to do for either.
#2087 of 2262 Re: SRS & Low Beam Headlights [lll3]
Aug 23, 2010 (9:54 am)
IDK about your headlights - it could be that they simply burned out at the same time. I've had that happen to me and spent a lot of effort looking for something only to find out both bulbs went out at the same time. The SRS light is a safety issue that is covered by the manufacturer. Probably seat belt tension pulley or something like that. They had several TSBs on that issue for 2000 accords and it is covered regardless of mileage.
#2088 of 2262 Paint Sealant Chipping
Aug 28, 2010 (4:50 am)
2000 Accord EX paint sealant is chipping. What to do to address problem.
#2089 of 2262 2001 Accord Clutch Contact Problem
Aug 28, 2010 (12:26 pm)
After sitting overnite my car seems to have a clutch contact problem starting. On
Accords with the manual transmission the clutch needs to be depressed for the engine starter to activate. I am having difficulty with the clutch making contact with whatever is needed for the engine to start. After many tries I can succeed but it obviously needs
maintainence. Thankfully this problem does not reoccur once car has been initially used for the day.
I am seeking advice from fellow board members who may have experience or knowledge about this issue. Thanks. B.J.
#2090 of 2262 Re: Paint Sealant Chipping [lll3]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Aug 29, 2010 (1:52 pm)
Not much you can do with peeling clear coat but have a body shop prep and re-spray that panel.