Honda Ignition Switch Module Replacment "How To"
How to replace Honda Civic/Accord Ignition control modules.
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In this video I'll show you how to do a simple test on your starter that
will tell you if the starter is getting power or not. If it is getting
voltage then this diagnosis this will tell you that your Neutral Safety
Switch (NSS) and Ignition Switch are working and that the issue is in your
starter. If your test reveals no power to the Starter then you'll know
that the Starter is probably good and the problem is in the NSS or Ignition
Switch. Then I'll show you how to jump start the starter to start your car
incase there is something wrong with the ignition switch.
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assembly required. For off-road use only. Slippery when wet. Batteries
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Honda Accord Ignition Switch Replacement
A fastener by fastener tutorial for testing, removing, and installing an
ignition switch on a Honda Accord.
I cover how to cause an intermittent switch to act up, test it for
continuity to verify it's faulty, and how to remove the cylinder assembly
from the vehicle so the electrical switch can be removed.
Then I cover the 1990s to 2000s Honda ignition switch recalls and the
special part numbers that go with them and reinstallation of the cylinder
assembly to the vehicle.
The shear bolt diameter and thread pitch is M8 X 1.25.
Ignition Switch Recall Info:
Honda TSB Number 02-031
1997 Accord (L4), 1998-1999 Accord (L4 and V6), 1998-2000 Civic, 1997-1999
CRV, 1997-2000 Odyssey, and 1997-1999 Prelude.
Link to the recall PDF with installation diagrams:
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How To Clean A Ford MAF Sensor - Simple & Effective
Cleaning a Ford mass air flow sensor. This procedure should work on most
Ranger Mustang Taurus F150
etc. from the 1990's and 2000's. After doing this, my truck performed much
better. Smoother running, and more responsive. I used paint thinner and
denatured alcohol with a cotton swab.
P0325 Knock Sensor Diagnosis - EricTheCarGuy
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As you can see by the title this video covers the diagnosis and repair of a
P0325 on my 1997 Subaru Legacy L model with 2.2L engine backed by an auto
trans. I did have some trouble with the 'factory' diagnostic procedure but
thankfully my friend Mark at Wells Electronics had a test that involved a
voltage drop across the sensor that worked perfectly. I hope this video
illustrates the import ants of understanding a circuit that you're
diagnosing as opposed to just throwing parts at something, with a little
time and effort you can do a proper diagnosis.
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How To Test An Oxygen Sensor - Old Vs. New
O2 sensor test procedure video. This method uses a propane torch and
digital multimeter. It works on most cars manufactured in the last 30
years. This is a Ford Bosch sensor, but most makes and models are very
Fixing A Broken Ignition Switch
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 43 years, shows how you can fix a
broken ignition switch in your vehicle. Visit Scottykilmer.com for answers
to all your car questions.