Remove the suction pipe and the O-ring from the oil pump. The fault code I got was P1259, or as defined by Torque Pro on Android. I checked all the fuses and checked for power at the module on the harness connector. I had to stay on the gas slightly to keep it going. My mechanic seems to be a good guy; he has always responded courteously whenever I call him about something. If so how much would be a average price for such repairs? The temp outside was about freezing or high 30's. Pull off the pulley and the woodruff key.
I noticed that the radiator fans did not come on until the temperature was about 1 or 2 ticks about 10 degrees away from the red temperature mark. Computer controlled actuators typically require removing the steering column and dash assembly to remove the heater box. They ran a compression test, and the results were something like 70%, 80%, 80%, and 30%. When the light turned green again, I continued driving it to find a good place to stop. You've spent a lot of good money on a dead engine.
Could be under the hood in your fuse box or under the dash inside the car. What should I do next? If the door becomes rusted tight in the cold position during the summer, it will not move in the winter, but the cable will slide giving the impression the door is working. That gets real involved and is definitely not a do-it-yourselfer project. The honda service department where we bought the car says it is a normal load issue. It may be under a plastic screw cap. I'm only getting luke warm heat. The actuator depends on the type of control system you have.
I am not expecting you to have answers for all of these questions, I am simply pointing out some of the things that should be checked before replacing the control panel. Press on the throttle plate under the hood while feeling the heater hoses. Call me crazy, but if the guy who did the head gasket is honest, if you got him a donor engine, would he cut you a good deal to install it? The reservoir was , so I took it and dumped all of the coolant in it into the radiator. Same goes for the parking lights. I called the mechanic and he said to come in tomorrow and he'll do a pressure test for the cooling system. I could turn the heat control but it did not affect the heat.
Feel the two small heater hoses under the hood. This is the same level of bottled water I added this morning. Or would it be a better idea to get the complete package? With the car nice and hot with the heater running full blast engine running as well jack the rear of the car up as high as you can, this will release the air pocket and make the heater work again. Previously, the milky stuff was only on the front side. I took my car to a local Honda dealership to get the engine inspected. However, i was unsuccessful every time.
It seemed rev-happy, shooting up pretty quickly from about 2k rpm to 3k rpm. At that point, my schedule did not allow me to be without a car, so I decided to top off on coolant and oil as needed. The flushed the heater core and actually reverse flushed it, but I'm not 100% sold that that is actually the issue, because nothing ever really flushes out. Heater problem 1999 Honda Accord 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 96000 miles Hi, I have this strange problem. As I neared my exit about 2 miles from home, it felt as if my car was slightly lurching back and forth, and there was a noticeable decrease in power. Place recirculation control knob in recirculated air position indicator light will come on. We have an appointment to have this examined in two days so do not yet know the diagnosis.
Aug 24, 2010 My customer just pulled her 1999 honda accord lx into the shop with the same problem, no lights on ac dash panel. The same day after about a five-hour period of not driving my car, it overheated at around 9:30 P. If his diagnosis comes out to be wrong, how should I approach it? When that happens, you will not hear the door move when you slide the lever back and forth. Sometimes so low that if makes it hard to see. I then checked the oil cap on the valve cover, and I was hit with.
If he seems to be a good person and is more interested in fxing the problem than taking your money, I would give him a chance. Much easier and less labor intensive that way. Remove the inner and outer O-ring. Hi Everyone, I've got a 99 Honda Accord and I've been fighting heater issues for a 2 years now. However, In the upper portion of this range, I felt some vibration mostly through the gas pedal, and to a lesser extent, the rest of the car. I left my car at his shop starting the third week of August.
I'll ask him to do a compression test as well, then I'll go from there. Honda has a problem and needs to step up on this one. Peering inside the valve cover, I see. Repair 3 Oct 02, 2009 Check your fuse box for any blown or old fuses. If it is low, suspect the thermostat is stuck open. I'll ask him about the possibility of swapping my engine depending on the results of the pressure and compression tests tomorrow.