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Old 20 May 2008, 01:22 am
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Default 92 Honda Accord (australian model)

H i there Folks from Down Under

I have a 92 Honda Accord with two problems I canít fix. Firstly the
dashlights do not work - and there is no fuse for this. Is this a
common problem and can some one suggest how I fix it?

My second problem is that the shifter for the auto transmission is
really hard to pull into drive or any gear from start - fluid seems to
be full.
If i drive for a while it shifts much easier but from starting it
almost feels like iíll break the shifter!
any suggestions or help greatly appreciated - only want to go to
dealer if needed.

many thanks


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Old 20 May 2008, 01:27 pm
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hmagoo wrote:
> H i there Folks from Down Under
>
> I have a 92 Honda Accord with two problems I canít fix. Firstly the
> dashlights do not work - and there is no fuse for this. Is this a
> common problem and can some one suggest how I fix it?
>
> My second problem is that the shifter for the auto transmission is
> really hard to pull into drive or any gear from start - fluid seems to
> be full.
> If i drive for a while it shifts much easier but from starting it
> almost feels like iíll break the shifter!
> any suggestions or help greatly appreciated - only want to go to
> dealer if needed.
>
> many thanks


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For number two, remove the cover plate at the engine end of the tranny
cable and lubricate the friction points. The adjustment of the cable
length (should you need it) is discussed at length in the (several)
TSB's at http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/tsb/index.html#list

Disconnect the bottom end of the cable if you're not sure if the
friction is actually in the cable itself.

Parts diagrams MAY be available at www.slhondaparts.com, or Majestic.

'Curly'
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Old 24 May 2008, 03:22 pm
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Default Re: 92 Honda Accord (australian model)

Curly,
many thanks about the details on the tranny - Iíll tell my mechanic at
next service.

Im still hoping to solve the dashlights problem though - still no idea
on that one. Also the no lights on the shift gear position either,
must be related.

thanks

"hmagoo" wrote:
> [b:7c9bc76ab3][color=blue:7c9bc76ab3][size=18:7c9bc76ab3]H i
> there Folks from Down Under
>
> I have a 92 Honda Accord with two problems I can't fix.
> Firstly the dashlights do not work - and there is no fuse for
> this. Is this a common problem and can some one suggest how I
> fix it?
>
> My second problem is that the shifter for the auto
> transmission is really hard to pull into drive or any gear
> from start - fluid seems to be full.
> If i drive for a while it shifts much easier but from starting
> it almost feels like i'll break the shifter!
> any suggestions or help greatly appreciated - only want to go
> to dealer if needed.
>
> many thanks
> Hugh Magoo[/size:7c9bc76ab3][/color:7c9bc76ab3][/b:7c9bc76ab3]

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Old 25 May 2008, 11:52 am
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hmagoo wrote:
> Curly,
> many thanks about the details on the tranny - Iíll tell my mechanic at
> next service.
>
> Im still hoping to solve the dashlights problem though - still no idea
> on that one. Also the no lights on the shift gear position either,
> must be related.


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You've changed the stereo and the 'backlight' wire has shorted to
ground. Yes, the fuses are the same, I think. Look in your manual or on
the inside if the fuse box cover.

'Curly'
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