Filed Under (Uncategorized) by auhow on 16-04-2012
Service procedure the procedure will reroute roof opening panel drain hoses to provide downward slope for improved drainage. 1. Remove headliner following workshop manual (wsm), section 501-05. 2. Remove rear portion of drain hose from clip and remove retaining clip. 3. Drill a 1/4″ (6.7 mm) hole, 3/4″ (20 mm) rearward from the lower rear corner of the rectangle. (figure 1) caution to prevent damage to outer skin sheet metal use a drill stop and do not allow the drill bit to strike outer panel as it passes through the inner panel. 4. Remove the rear drain tube. Attach hose clip to existing hole for vehicle built after 8/14/2006. For all other vehicles attach the hose clip in the new hole. (figure 2) 5. Install the updated drain tube. 6. Attach the hose clip to the coat hook support bracket. (figure 3) note make sure the drain hose is placed under the coat hook bracket. (figure 3) 7. Make sure there is no slack left in the hose as it leads up to the roof opening panel module. (figure 3) 8. Repeat procedure on opposite side. 9. Install headliner following wsm, section 501-05.
Filed Under (Honda) by auhow on 25-03-2012
2006 accord – keyless/power door locks/security system control unit input test 1. Before testing the keyless entry/security control functions, troubleshoot the multiplex integrated control system.. Multiplex integrated control unit 2. Remove the left kick panel. 2-door 4-door 3. Disconnect the under-dash fuse/relay box connectors. 4. Inspect the connector and socket terminals to be sure they are all making good contact. if the terminals are bent, loose or corroded, repair them as necessary, and recheck the system. if the terminals look ok, go to step 5. 5. With the connectors still disconnected, make these input tests at the connectors. if any test indicates a problem, find and correct the cause, then recheck the system. if the input tests prove ok, go to step 6.
Filed Under (Mercury) by auhow on 21-09-2011
Interior fuse panel identification (1994-95 models) on all models, the fuse panel is located under the instrument panel, left of the steering column 1 – 10 amp panel dimmer, parking/license lights, autoshock module, clock 2 – 10 amp air bag module 3 – 5 amp foglight switch 4 – 10 amp a/c clutch 5 – 15 amp hego 1 & 2 (v6 only) 6 – 10 amp anti-theft, trunk, map, vanity, glove box, underhood, l/h instrument panel, rear courtesy, door courtesy, lock cylinder & dome lights, power mirrors 7 – 10 amp turn signal indicators/lights, backup lights 8 – 5 amp cluster, rear defrost switch, coolant/wash level sensor, drl module, evo test, evo steering sensor, arc (evo) module, arc switch, hard relay, soft relay, auto mirror, eatc blend door, airbag module, overdrive cancel switch, brakeshift solenoid 9 – 10 amp main abs relay, abs module
Filed Under (Uncategorized) by auhow on 02-04-2012
Interior fuse & circuit breaker identification 19 – 7.5 amp (brown) heated rearview mirrors. 20 – 10 amp (circuit breaker) wipers. 21 – 40 amp (amber) power windows. 22 – 7.5 amp (brown) abs module. 23 – 15 amp (blue) backup lamps. 24 – 15 amp (blue) brake lamps. 25 – 20 amp (yellow) power door locks. 26 – 7.5 amp (brown) main lights. 27 – 15 amp (blue) cigarette lighter. 28 – 30 amp (green) power seats. 29 – 30 amp (green) rear window defroster.
Filed Under (Acura) by auhow on 26-03-2012
Repair procedure 1. Remove the windshield. • refer to page 20-21 of the 2002–2006 rsx service manual, or • online, enter keyword windshield, then select windshield replacement from the list. 2. Cut 18 pieces of wool felt (20 mm x 30 mm). 3. Apply a piece of masking tape across the top of the dashboard just in front of the defroster vent. Slightly lift up on the dashboard, and feel the underside to locate each rib. Using a felt-tip marker, mark the masking tape where each rib is located. 4. Remove the backing paper from one piece of wool felt. Stick the edge of the piece of wool felt to your thumb. Using the mark on the tape as a reference point, slightly pull up on the instrument panel with your other hand, and slide the felt under the leading edge of the rib. Make sure the felt goes between the rubber mat and the rib. Center the piece of felt on the rib, then fold the felt piece over the sides of the rib. Make sure the felt sticks firmly to the rib. 20 mm wool felt 5. Repeat the process on the remaining 17 ribs. 6. Reinstall the windshield. Note: allow the glue to cure for 24 hours, then test-drive the vehicle to make sure the creaking noise is gone.