1999 Honda Accord - Page 3 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


With a scanner, you can open and close the IACV. Most times it is just dirty. Remove it from the throttle body. use brake clean and soft brush to clean most of it. The n open it up and use a tooth pick or paperclip to clean the inside.

1999 Honda... | Answered on Mar 22, 2015 | 104 views


question for you do you have a shiftlock slot near the shifter if you do try sticking your key in it

1999 Honda... | Answered on Mar 10, 2015 | 6,405 views


why don't you call a muffler shop and ask them

1999 Honda... | Answered on Mar 07, 2015 | 166 views


then take it to a dealer and have it serviced

1999 Honda... | Answered on Mar 07, 2015 | 34 views


From Helms manual (factory shop manual)
Rod, FI engine: 34 lbs
Rod, Carb engine: 23 lbs
(I use blue thread locker on rod caps)


Crank caps: 51 lbs. (oil threads and under bolt head)

1999 Honda... | Answered on Mar 05, 2015 | 186 views


linkage that connects the motor to the arms, stripped or loose.

1999 Honda... | Answered on Mar 06, 2015 | 340 views


Most fuses are in the engine compartment on the drivers side near the firewall. Some are under the dash next to the driver.
Hope this helps.

1999 Honda... | Answered on Feb 26, 2015 | 90 views


I would NOT recommend using 20w-50 oil in your Accord at all. The manufacturers state a certain multi-viscosity oil to use in all their vehicles and you should stay with that. Many cars use a 5w-30,5w-20 oil and some should use a 0w-20 oil. Modern engines have tighter tolerances on the internal moving parts of the engine than engines from the 1970's and 1980's. A 20w-50 oil is way too high a viscosity(thickness) to use in todays engines. The first number, say 5w, is the cold start viscosity of the oil so the engine can start easier and have lubrication in cold(winter) temperatures. The second number, say 30, is the viscosity of the oil when the engine warms up to normal operating temperature. The oils have viscosity modifiers in them so as the engine and oil temperatures change(cold to hot, hot to cold), the engine has the lubrication protection it needs to operate correctly. I recommend using a synthetic blend oil that is found in many of todays engines right from the factory and stay with the viscosity that the manufacturer recommends in the owners manual. If you do not have an owners manual, call the dealer service department and ask them.

1999 Honda... | Answered on Feb 20, 2015 | 114 views


20w-50 grade oil will not hurt the engine provided that it is not used in very low ambient temp areas (15 degrees to - degrees)
In these cases I would opt for a low viscosity oil like 10w-30 or at the lowest 15w-30
talk with a service centre dealer for recommended oil for cold /freezing condition

1999 Honda... | Answered on Feb 20, 2015 | 77 views


If the starter turns the engine over, then it could be not getting fuel or spark plug voltage.

If not then it could be the battery or battery connections or a loose ground connection on the engine.

It could also be no fuel pressure or the "Main Relay" is bad

Hope this helps.
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1999 Honda... | Answered on Feb 20, 2015 | 63 views


Haines or Chilton repair manual for '99 Honda Accord will give you step by step instructions for timing belt repair. It's a substantial job!!

1999 Honda... | Answered on Feb 16, 2015 | 298 views


did you open the rad drain and flush that way or take the hose off the bottom of the rad. sounds like you may have more than just water pump issues could be head gasket, take off oil filler cap there is white milky slime it could be head gasket make sure you locate the leak or it will all be coming apart again anyway. make sure the timing marks are correct when you put it back together

1999 Honda... | Answered on Jan 20, 2015 | 37 views


Too many things to trouble shoot here. The first things I would check would be the door switches one by one in a series of opening and closing them individually. The next thing would be the dash control for the interior lights. The next would be the body computer and would not be a bad thing to check your fuse distribution panel either for shorts.

1999 Honda... | Answered on Jan 05, 2015 | 37 views


Your best bet is to go to a parts house and buy a rebuilt torque converter. Make sure you save the old one because they will likely require a core.

1999 Honda... | Answered on Jan 20, 2015 | 104 views


Definitely transmission problems
P0740 Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction

P0730 OBD II Trouble Code

Unfortunately most transmission shops will say "needs a rebuild".
Sometimes you can get a low mileage transmission out of a wrecked car, but the install labor isn't cheap.

1999 Honda... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015 | 202 views


need to know if it is 4 or 6 cylinder

1999 Honda... | Answered on Dec 20, 2014 | 144 views


if you pressure washed you car check your spark plugs

1999 Honda... | Answered on Dec 15, 2014 | 40 views


if you have a pioneer deck then pioneer tends to mute if there is positive line of the speakers hitting ground

1999 Honda... | Answered on Dec 15, 2014 | 98 views


it has a chipped key so no one can just drive off with it ,do what i do and leave the doors open and nothing inside ,then they dont damage the vehicle

1999 Honda... | Answered on Dec 06, 2014 | 67 views

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