Questions & Answers for: Honda Accord heater cable

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Question about 1996 Accord

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...cable. Remove the heater unit attaching nut on the firewall. Remove the dashboard as follows: Remove the center panel. Disconnect the wire connectors at the fuse box. Disconnect the sunroof switch ...

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Question about 2005 Accord

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heater core to heat up the air. Go ahead and push down on the prong that the black "cable" attaches to. It should push down about 1" with minimal force. Dont go putting a million pounds of force on it

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...heater door linkage and cable adjustments. If you have the "pushbutton" type heater control unit then this that is controlled electrically and not by cable - the function control motor or the heater ...

...hot if only one is warm then it could be the thermostat but honda's have issues with hot water valve cable jamming up this valve is located behind engine near firewall on one of the heater core

Question about 1996 Accord

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...Under the hood, turn the control valve to the fully closed position. Install the heater valve cable to the arm. Gently pull on the cable housing to remove any slack. Insert the cable into the

Question about 1992 Accord

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...heater valve cable from the heater valve *Remove dashboard (involves removing steering wheel/column, radio, glove comp, etc) *Remove the heater assembly (big black plastic box behind the radio) The ...

...heater coolant hoses. Remove the cable and/or vacuum control lines (if equipped). Remove the heater core securing brackets and/or clamps. Lift the core from the case. Do not use force. Take care not ...

...heater in my car does'nt work, nor the defroster You may have a bad cable. Look on the firewall toward the passenger side. There is a valve with 5/8 inch heater hose attached. Manually change the ...

...heater matrix is a flap and i suspect that this flap isnt lifting to allow the air through ,on this age car i suspect its a cable and the operating plastic wheel has broke or the outer cable has come ...

...if your car is running at a normal temperature by the gauge, I would most suspect your heater control valve. This is often connected by a cable to the dash control, and it can break or come

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