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You may have to saw through the stabilizer end links if they're that rusted. Remove the tire rod end from the knuckle. Remove the axle shaft nut. Lift the steering knuckle off the ball joint. Then pry the axle shaft out of the trans

1986 Honda... | Answered on Jan 11, 2018


I don't think you should try this on your own. Find a friend who has done a lot of mechanical work. not the job for a newbie.

1986 Honda... | Answered on Sep 13, 2017


It is on the multifunction switch, there are two different switches, one is w/rear wiper and one is wo/rear wiper. If you can't see the switch or it looks different from the one in the picture maybe the car had the switch replaced with the wrong one. . See the switches at the link below.



1986 HONDA ACCORD 2 0L L4 Wiper Washer Switch RockAuto

1986 Honda... | Answered on Jan 23, 2017


Modifying the dipstick is a bad idea. How about a step stool?

1986 Honda... | Answered on May 19, 2015


remove the rear tailgate inner cover unplug the hose and try again to see if the nozzle is plugged up

1986 Honda... | Answered on Apr 19, 2015


Replace the radiator.

1986 Honda... | Answered on Mar 30, 2015


week or bad battery
bad starter

1986 Honda... | Answered on Mar 29, 2015


You have a loose wire or cable, or have blown a fuse or fusible link somewhere. Check battery terminals, connections to the alternator, negative terminal to engine, engine to body, battery to body. A voltmeter is essential for speed and accuracy. A mechanic can sort this out in no time flat. 25316044-dz1fkxf1fwolart5ai0divhk-4-0.jpg

1986 Honda... | Answered on Mar 29, 2015


double check there is one more bolt.

1986 Honda... | Answered on Mar 10, 2015


Did you get a good bleed with fluid coming out at all four wheels? If they bled good, and the pedal still goes to the floor, you need to check the brake master cylinder-it is probably shot with an internal leak. An internal leak will not let fluid pressure build up, so no brakes.

Did you keep the brake fluid reservoir from going dry while bleeding? If it went real low, air might have got back into the lines.

It is not uncommon when bleeding brakes on an older vehicle for the master cylinder to suddenly develop an internal leak and require replacement . Here's why: pushing the pedal all the way to the floor causes the master's piston to push in farther than ever before. The rubber cups then travel over a section of the cylinder not usually touched by the cups-old fluid can develop a crud there and when the piston pushes over it, the cups can get ruined. To avoid this when bleeding brakes, put a short piece of 2X4 wood block under the pedal. Then the pedal will not extend the master's piston beyond it's normal travel. Of course on a new master cylinder, you do not have to do this. A new master cylinder does require bench bleeding before installing, however, to ensure no air pockets develop from there.

1986 Honda... | Answered on Aug 24, 2014


it will take quite a bit of pulling and wiggling to get the clutch pressure plate to disengage from the drive shaft, doing this when the engine and trans is out of car is more difficult than when the engine is insitue as you have nothing to pull against ,have you got the engine off the ground and the gearbox hanging out with nothing below it ,you need the engine strapped down on a bench with the gearbox hanging over edge then this should give you enough room to pull/wiggle the thing apart,dont resort to prying between tthe housing's etc good luck

1986 Honda... | Answered on May 18, 2014


Once a transmission slips-- it is done

Time for a rebuild

THERE IS NO OTHER SOLUTION

It slips,it has done that for awhile,that is an
internally worn out trans

1986-- I would get rid of it

You never install a used trans & $2,500 for a reman
or rebuild, makes no sense.

The whine is a worn out pump or stuck pump valves

1986 Honda... | Answered on Apr 09, 2014


Rotate the key to lock position and then try to pull it out or better to call a locksmith to do the job for you.

1986 Honda... | Answered on Jan 08, 2014


what engine, I4 or V6? what country, like 10 engines world wide.?
and North America received the A20A1 and A20A3.
got and A20?
A1 is carb engine
A3 is EFI. so this must be yours, if in USA< are you?

The A20A3
IAT (
is the diagnostic light failing for IAT? CODE 10? (map based engine, it is)
i googled first. (if failed)
its in the FSM
http://hondatech.info/downloads/Auto/Manuals/Accord/

or at alldata.com
v6, its dead center of intake plenum. just behind EGR valve.
I4 its at.... see page 12-2 in FSM, its on end if engine
standing in front of engine, ,point to right if engine end/
then back a tad and bingo. is in the link above. page 12-2 and 12-36
in the FSM. page 36 is how to test it in hot water.
page 2 acutal for A20A3
now you have the book.
http://www.fixkick.com/look/odds-ends/honda/accord/A20-A3-IAT.JPG




1986 Honda... | Answered on Dec 17, 2013


were is it leaking from

1986 Honda... | Answered on Dec 17, 2013

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