Honda Prelude - Popular Questions, Answers, Tips & Manuals
Honda prelude grinding noise when braking
Better inspect them again. If you have grinding noise when braking. It's only one thing the brake pads are rubbing on the rotors. Now the question is which front wheel. Remove the brakes and inspect the caliper see if it's not sticking and the sliders. Then inspect the pads and the rotor for a ridge that can cause noise when the pad rubs the ridge. Just looking at the wheel won't be enough you have to remove the parts to find the problem
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It is very important to enter the code correctly because if too many incorrect codes are entered the radio will permanently shut down. After each successive failed attempt it will take progressively longer before a new attempt can be made.
The procedure for entering the code is related to the radio rather than the car and the type of radio is likely to differ depending on trim level and territory.
The first code number will be entered using the first button, pressing it repeatedly until the display is 6 - - -
The second digit is produced by the second button and so on.
Once the correct code is displayed it usually must be committed to the radio memory by pressing another button but different radios have different button requirements. I strongly suggest you look in the vehicle handbook, carry out further internet research or visit the dealer to ensure you know the exact method of code entry.
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Headlights open and closes
Buy the Repair Manual at the Parts Store. Open to Wiring Diagrams. Provoke the Symptom. While Vehicle is doing the Concern, use a DVOM to isolate the Problem. Any electrical component , on that Circuit, could be the Problem. Even a Fuse that appears good, can have corrosion that causes a Problem. If they were Honda techs, I would go with the Relays.
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98 prelude starting issues
This is a very common problem on Honda vehicles. The security system is known to fail. Basically when you insert your key, the system checks for certain signal. If the system cannot get the correct signal from the key, it assumes the key is incorrect and goes into SECURITY lockout mode. (prevents hotwiring) This has been happening for a long time. There are ways to bypass this now. Read through this page for info, solutions as well.
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