Question about 1998 Honda Accord
The Shift Knob Button is Broken in the plastic parts and several times it's dowm. I fixed that with crazy Glue. Right now I bought a kit for repair that situation, but I don't know do that
Posted by Anonymous on
Common failure, parts are cheap from Honda. Remove the philips head screw, the assembly pulls up.
Posted on Jun 23, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 Honda Accord 4 cylinder
sounds like your neutral safety switch on your brake pedal is wearing out.it can be adjusted to engage the brake pedal sooner.thanks for using fixya!
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
You seem to have two (2) separate problems one may be a BAD brake light switch this switch is mounted at the top of BRAKE pedal and control the locking mechanism on gear shifter(safety component-for example if a kid is sitting in seat with vehicle running he/she will NOT be able to put vehicle in gear without stepping on brake). The other problem is a BAD shifter cable-this cable moves the selector in the transmission when you move shift knob. Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
I don't know if this will help but I 'll give you my experience .... I have a 90 accord ex 2.2 l ( love these hondas) and my s light kept flashing .... I bought a book , took it to honda of fife they said i needed a new computer 750 bucks yaeh right....... I did some tweakin under the hood and found a broken transmission solenoid sensor wire and fixed that and noticed my tranny fluid level was a quart over full, so i drained some out.... used an ohm reader and found one faulty temp sensor of 4 or 5 , changed that (the main one for the fans) anyhow I am almost certain all my troubles stemed from the computer getting the over full signal or the faulty tranny solenoid reading..... now everything is top on it .... but before the computer kept me locked out of half of my tranny, ...........
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
The interlock solenoid is provide with power by the Transmission control module (tcm) when the brake pedal is applied and then grounded by the gear selector switch in park. If you access the connector to the tcm, you can check to see if it's getting a ground signal and check the solenoid. Pull the harness connector off the tcm and apply 12v to the harness connector pin that leads to the white wire with a green stripe as seen in the diagram. If the solenoid clicks, you may have a bad tcm. If the solenoid does not click, you may have a bad solenoid, or bad selector switch. The tcm is under the front passenger footwell.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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