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  • Jasteagu
    Jasteagu - 2009 Honda Civic - Body & Interior - 12/7/2014
    How to install white bracket behind passenger mirror plate
    My wife's mirror cracked on passenger power mirror. She tried to unclip on the mirror portion but pulled the white bracket out as well. How do you reinstall the white bracket portion. I cannot get the middle power cylinder back in the middle of the bracket.
     
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  • rv
    rv - 2007 Honda Pilot - Body & Interior - 12/5/2014
    How do I troubleshoot the Climate Control modue
    The PCM is not sending a signal (ground) to energize the a/c clutch. R134 refridgerant level is ok, pressure switch is ok. Not sure what to do next,
     
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  • formerkoe
    formerkoe - 1997 Honda Accord - Body & Interior - 11/10/2014
    No heat, no defrost, need ideas
    I purchased this car over the summer and recently realized that it has no heat - diagnosis is that it needs the heater core replaced. I don't have the funds to make the repair nor do I really want to because of the age of the car. On top of that, the cigarette ...
     
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  • sue_adler
    sue_adler - 2012 Honda CR-V - Body & Interior - 11/6/2014
    Install seat cover MFG part #GAPSU479740
    Cover received from JC Whitney, MFG part #GAPSU479740, Garage Pro sheepskin seat cushion
     
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  • Larry H
    Larry H - 1999 Honda Passport - Body & Interior - 10/30/2014
    Rear windshield motor
    how do you replace the motor
     
    • Jimm
      10/6/2014 Jimm
      First, remove the wiper arm assembly from the outside of the rear window by removing the plastic cover over the 10mm nut that holds the arm in place. The plastic cap just lifts up. Gently pull up and toward the end of the blade. Remove the wiper arm and blade.

      Next remove the round plastic cover that holds the rubber washer in place that prevents leaks through the glass. Once this has been done, you're ready for the inside.

      Carefully pry out the two square panels covering rear tail light connections using a small flat bladed screw driver. Next carefully pry out the covers on the handle and remove two Phillips screws holding the pull handle to the deck lid. Now on the bottom edge of the deck lid on each side of the latch there are two small screw clips that you will remove by loosening the screws until they are about half way out, then pull the whole clip straight out.

      Because the plastic trim over laps all the way around the inside of the deck lid, you must carefully pull the trim loose from the metal door, by gently pulling it away. Start at the top of the door and proceed to the sides. The strip across the top and two side strips are carefully pulled away from the door. Do this gently but deliberately, small expanding clips hold the strips on. It's best to start at one end and work toward the center in the case of the top piece and from top down on the sides.

      Once the top and side pieces are off, you can begin to work on the large center piece below the widow. Pop the bottom clips loose first and work you way up. Shine a small flashlight through the square holes you removed the covers from earlier to see where the clips are. It helps to get you fingers closer to the clips and pop them loose. Carefully lift the trim up and off the locking knob that sticks through it. Now you should be be able to see the wiper motor assembly just below the window.

      Be sure to disconnect the negative battery connection before the wiper motor removal.

      Check the various on-line vendors; www.autopartswarehouse.com, www.RockAuto.com, www.partsgeek.com, to list only a few. For example, they (RockAuto) list the rear wiper motor from around $67.00 for your vehicle.
    • Nancy Long
      10/30/2014 Nancy Long
      Remove the nut holding the wiper arm assembly to the rear wiper motor and remove the screws. And install the new wiper motor. If you are not sure, you can visit a local auto shop and get it done.
  • Jules14344
    Jules14344 - 2001 Honda Accord - Body & Interior - 10/30/2014
    Why the car is shaking when I start the engine?
    The water temperature gauge is on cold level
     
    • Nancy Long
      10/30/2014 Nancy Long
      Check your wheel balance. Have a tire shop check and rebalance your wheels. Sometimes an off balance wheel can cause lots of vibration.
  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2013 Honda Civic - Body & Interior - 10/25/2014
    Front grille assemble replacement
    Does anyone know how to replace the front grille assemble on my 2013 honda civic? It looks easy, but I want some opinions. It looks like you can knock out all the tabs and pull it right out. I can get the part for about 80 bucks or so, but the dealer wants 300 ...
     
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  • Orlando
    Orlando - 2007 Honda Civic - Body & Interior - 10/5/2014
    My parking lights stopped working. All my turn signals work, brake lights work, but no parking lights. I have checked...
    ...all fuses and replaced all bulbs. Help!!
     
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  • Orlando
    Orlando - 2007 Honda Civic - Body & Interior - 10/5/2014
    My parking lights stopped working. I checked all fuses, replaced all bulbs yet my turn signals work all around and all b
    ...all brake lights work. All work but the parking lights. HELP!
     
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  • jimbeachlife
    jimbeachlife - 1993 Honda Civic del Sol - Body & Interior - 9/22/2014
    How do i remove ac control panel from dash?
    Rotary switch may be bad. Blower fan is intermitant in all speeds. Allready replaced ac relays under hood and resisters on blower motor box. Air is cold when it blows it just seems to go off after it runs for ten min and then comes back after it cools off. Going to ...
     
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  • Sunshine
    Sunshine - 2002 Honda Civic - Body & Interior - 9/19/2014
    Water leaks into the front passenger foot area from directly above
    Started 2 weeks ago (9/10/14) Water appears when I use the air condition. The air condition works fine, never a problem until now. When I run the A/C fan and make a sharp LEFT turn, I hear water slouching sound and the A/C fan motor makes a high pitched ...
     
    • CVO
      9/19/2014 CVO
      There is a drain hose to evacuate the excess water from the AC system down to the ground.

      If you get under the car and look at the bottom of the firewall, you will see the drain hose coming out through the firewall and down.

      Get a piece of wire about six inches long and stick it inside the hose. Move it around until the hose is clear and water runs out.

      Note: first think safety before attempting the repair.
  • Albert G.
    Albert G. - 2002 Honda Civic - Body & Interior - 9/8/2014
    I have a short in my wiring. The brake light stay on and the dome light don't work, and wiper don't work.
    I have notice that when the brake light goes off, the other problems go away and things start working. The window wiper work, but the delay action won't work. The Dome light won't come on when the door is open. The A/C compressor won't kick on to cool the interior. ...
     
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  • Albert G.
    Albert G. - 2002 Honda Civic - Body & Interior - 9/8/2014
    I have a short in my wiring. The brake light stay on and the dome light don't work, and wiper don't work.
    I have notice that when the brake light goes off, the other problems go away and things start working. The window wiper work, but the delay action won't work. The Dome light won't come on when the door is open. The A/C compressor won't kick on to cool the interior. ...
     
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  • justman
    justman - 2006 Honda Civic - Body & Interior - 8/31/2014
    My park lights wont come on headlights work fine
    what fuse is it ?
     
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  • Rich
    Rich - 2012 Honda Civic - Body & Interior - 8/29/2014
    Help what should I do?
    I was cleaning my car today and I notice this what should I do? http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=n5sghf&s=8#.VACrbIeCPCQ
     
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