Question about 1986 Honda Accord
The front washers work great it is just the back one dose not work. The pump sounds like it is working. I think something is blocking it,but I am not sure. How much could it cost me to have it fixed? Is this something that I can do?
Maybe it's not the motor.
Don't replace the motor yet.
It could be a fuse or at the switch.
It may not be a motor problem.
The wiper motor has 2 windings, fast and slow.
The wiper switch sends a ground signal to each motor winding.
There may be a problem on the relay, or at the switch or in the cable to the motor.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 19, 2015
Remove the rear tailgate inner cover unplug the hose and try again to see if the nozzle is plugged up
Posted on Jun 15, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1996 Honda Accord Problem
I cannot get my air conditioner clutch on my 1996 Honda Accord EX to engage. I've checked the fuse and relay. The fuse is good but the power is not going to the relay. If I can find the power that comes to the relay, I can fix it. I need to know what activitate the relay and the power that the relay push to the clutch. I need to know where they come from.
I've been looking for a circuitry that shows it and a drawing that shows the air conditioning fan. Please help.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
The e-brake probably has an adjustment nut either under the brake when you have it pulled up or simply removing a small plastic plate at the back of the console as seen from the rear seat.
You wil probably need about a 12mm deep socked to adjust it. If the nut is bottomed out you will need to adjust if at the wheels.
As far as the seatbelt, you will need to access the reel assembly and determine if the belt is in a bind or the internal spring in the reel is broken. You should be able to tell what the problem is when you get to the reel.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Sounds like the distributor. But you may have a faulty replacement coil..get an exchange and see if it is faulty. I have received many replacement parts that fail prematurely.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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