Honda Accord

1998-1999 of release

Repair and operation of the car

Honda Chord
- Cars of the Honda Accord brand
   Identification numbers of the car
   Acquisition of spare parts
   Technology of service, tool and equipment of a workplace
   Poddomkrachivaniye and towage
   Security system of an audio equipment
   Start of the engine from the auxiliary power supply
   Automobile chemicals, oils and greasings
   Diagnostics of malfunctions of knots and systems of the car
   + Governing bodies and methods of operation
+ Settings and routine maintenance
+ Engine
+ Cooling systems, heating
+ Power supply system and release
+ Electric equipment of the engine
+ Engine management
+ gear shifting Box
+ Coupling and power shafts
+ Brake system
+ Suspension bracket and steering
+ Body
+ Onboard electric equipment
+ Schemes of electric equipment

Security system of an audio equipment

On all models of class EH the autoradio tape recorder which is included in the standard package is equipped with security system. After power off the radio tape recorder can be put into operation only by a set of a 5-unit code which is handed to the owner at the time of acquisition of the car. Even if it was powered off only for a moment, without introduction of a code the audio equipment will not function. Without having made sure available data on a security code, do not switch-off the battery, do not take a safety lock No. 9 (on 20 A) from the assembly block located in a motive compartment. Fuller information on security system of an audio equipment is stated in the service book which is included in the car package.

To unblock an audio equipment include its food: on the display there will be an inscription of "CODE". Using buttons of a choice of radio stations, enter the demanded 5-unit security code: the radio receiver has to publish a sound signal. On introduction of the correct combination 10 attempts are given. After the code is entered correctly, the inscription of "CODE" has to disappear from the radio tape recorder display. Introduction to memory of the receiver of favourite radio stations should be made anew.