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Old 07 Jul 2008, 04:22 am
Fiddler
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Default Accord 2.0i se 1998

1. Keyless entry not being used because I am waiting for a new fob.
Using key to door lock for access which has been working fine until
now. Central locking is working but the alarm is no longer setting and
the alarm LED remains off. Basically the alarm is no longer
effective...

2. New brake pads all round and new rear caliphers and brake system
’bled’ thoroughly. Foot brake works fine but hand brake, which is auto
adjust, doesnt hold effectively even at the highest level! What am I
missing here?

Would be most grateful for solutions

Fiddler

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Old 08 Jul 2008, 10:27 pm
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Default Re: Accord 2.0i se 1998

Fiddler wrote:
> 1. Keyless entry not being used because I am waiting for a new fob.
> Using key to door lock for access which has been working fine until
> now. Central locking is working but the alarm is no longer setting and
> the alarm LED remains off. Basically the alarm is no longer
> effective...


don't you think thats a function of not having the fob?


>
> 2. New brake pads all round and new rear caliphers and brake system
> �bled� thoroughly. Foot brake works fine but hand brake, which is auto
> adjust, doesnt hold effectively even at the highest level! What am I
> missing here?



not adjusting correctly. when the pads were replaced, the adjuster
probably wasn't assembled right. buy the honda manual and follow the
re-assembly instructions. make sure all parts are clean and free to move.
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Old 09 Jul 2008, 08:25 pm
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Default Re: Accord 2.0i se 1998

1 Alarm is activated by key fob. 2 There is a manual adjustment on the hand
brake, under the car, to get major slack out, auto adj is just to keep it
snug.
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> 1. Keyless entry not being used because I am waiting for a new fob.
> Using key to door lock for access which has been working fine until
> now. Central locking is working but the alarm is no longer setting and
> the alarm LED remains off. Basically the alarm is no longer
> effective...
>
> 2. New brake pads all round and new rear caliphers and brake system
> 'bled' thoroughly. Foot brake works fine but hand brake, which is auto
> adjust, doesnt hold effectively even at the highest level! What am I
> missing here?
>
> Would be most grateful for solutions
>
> Fiddler
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