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Converter/exhaust may be plugged up. Pull it off and drive the car.
A compression or leakdown test will tell you if ya have internal engine problems. Do it before and after removing the converter.

1998 Honda... | Answered on Feb 07, 2015


The rod that goes to the box is loose or not inline how it should be, so when your moving gears in the car its not quite going in at the box right, could be engine mount broken or just really loose or at the selector end loose

1998 Honda... | Answered on Jan 27, 2015


Quick google search of those codes shows 1738 to be trans second clutch pressure switch issue, while 1739 is 3rd clutch pressure circuit issue. How long has it been since you changed trans fluid and filter? Might start there, but if many miles on car trans could be toast.

1998 Honda... | Answered on Jan 23, 2015


these models are known for transmission failure...check carcomplaints.com. As for the slipping, your transmission will need replacement or need to be rebuilt. This will cost you around $1000-$3500, very costly!! Hopefully this helps

1998 Honda... | Answered on Jan 21, 2015


is this a question, i can't find it?

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where, , how, what, when, why, ???? use words like that.

you posted a statement, this web site is the question site,

1998 Honda... | Answered on Jan 20, 2015


You need an OBD-II scantool to reset the Check Engine light. Places like Autozone will read your codes for you but most will not reset the Check Engine light because of liability issues. You need to either purchase a code reader with reset capability or find someone who has one to do it for you.

1998 Honda... | Answered on Jan 13, 2015


short in shift warning light inside dash

1998 Honda... | Answered on Dec 18, 2014


Look on google or bing images for a picture or diagram.

1998 Honda... | Answered on Dec 05, 2014


I would expect the fuse to be in the underbonnet fuse box but when you find it, if its not blown then the gas in your aircon may be low. If it is then get it recharged because if the gas pressure is low the aircon clutch won't operate. If you haven't got an owners handbook, go online to "images", type in Honda Accord fuse box and it comes up with various pictures of the fuse boxes. Select yours, but it should tell you on the box cover.

1998 Honda... | Answered on Dec 05, 2014


another user posted the following info in 2012 that may help in your situation:

On you Honda Accord the main relay is located.
On left side of dash, under the Instrument Panel. Left side of the Steering Column.
To get axces You will need to Remove the Cruise Control Module. That is attached with 2, 10mm screws. one on the Steering column, the other one at the dash braket.
after you remove the cruise control module, you will see a Little Box Gray colour, Is a Relay more biger than a Regular Relay.
The NUMBER on the RELAY is : RZ0088.

1998 Honda... | Answered on Dec 05, 2014


Car needs tune up,bad coils,wires,module,fuel filter ,air filter,dirty throtlle body.

1998 Honda... | Answered on Dec 01, 2014


resetting with the original key should be able to take battery cables off for a minute and put them back on you still virgin the key to lock and unlock door place original key and steering wheel turn forward wait till the 3 minutes for the security like to go out and shoot it. From there if the original T is not damaged

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1998 Honda... | Answered on Nov 21, 2014


you will have to get another key with a sensor it will not crank without the key and Lisa you may have to go back to the dealership to get a replacement key with a sensor in it

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1998 Honda... | Answered on Nov 21, 2014


You need to read the ECU again and find out what code it is setting. This will tel you what needs to be addressed.

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1998 Honda... | Answered on Nov 20, 2014


Getting into a car that has the security system by unlocking the door with the key will set the alarm off. Usually you can relock and unlock the door with the key and the alarm will be turned off. There are several things that can set off an alarm depending on the sensors, so do you have a remote key FOB and if so does it work. I am including a link to Honda Tech article that may help you out:
http://honda-tech.com/honda-accord-1990-2002-2/how-disable-factory-security-system-1638886/

1998 Honda... | Answered on Nov 13, 2014


Start with a routine tune-up. New air filter, new spark plugs, distributor cap and rotor button. Make sure the sparkplugs are gapped correctly before installing. Plug wires are less likely to go bad, so I would hold off on that.

1998 Honda... | Answered on Nov 12, 2014

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