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Sorry for the delayed response. For future reference, the blower motor resistor in an 04' Honda Accord is located under the glove box and a little to the left if you are facing it (the glove box). You just need to pull out the plastic panel (yes, you can just pull it out by hand, no tools needed for that). It should be right on the fire wall with a plug going into it. If you reach in there and pull the plug (it has a little notch so it clips into the resistor more securely; make sure you push the clip in) it should have 4 flat prongs on it that go into the resistor. The resistor itself will have 2 phillips head screws that are holding it into the fire wall. Unscrew them and you have the resistor. If you can unscrew both screws before unplugging, it will be easier to see how it unplugs. I know this sounds complicated but once you get in there you will notice it's fairly easy to change out.

2004 Honda... | Answered on Mar 10, 2015


Try using a carburetor cleaner instead, as it has some lubricants in it's makeup that can actually help the moving parts.

2004 Honda... | Answered on Mar 09, 2015


P0780 Automatic Transaxle Malfunction (With Automatic ...


























P0780 Automatic Transaxle Malfunction - With Automatic Transmission





Possible Causes


Setting Conditions







  • Mechanical problems present in the automatic transmission can cause this code to set. See the note below.


  • Refer to the repair instructions in a transmission repair manual or the information in other electronic media to repair this code.




Engine running; vehicle driven at Cruise speed, and the PCM detected a problem in the mechanical operation of the automatic transmission. Note: This trouble code (P0780) sets with along with several TCM related trouble codes.he





Malfunction Indicator Lamp

The Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) alerts the driver that the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) has detected an OBD II emission-related component or system fault. When this type of malfunction occurs, an OBD II Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) will be set by the PCM. The MIL is located on the instrument cluster and is labeled CHECK ENGINE, SERVICE ENGINE SOON, or is identified with an ISO standard engine symbol (i.e., a picture of an engine).

Bulb Test

Each time the ignition switch is turned to the "on" position, the MIL indicator is illuminated for about 3 seconds (which is a function of the PCM).

Readiness Codes

To check if the Readiness Codes are set to complete, turn the ignition switch "on", but do not start the engine. The MIL will come "on" for 15-20 seconds. If it then goes "off", the Readiness Codes are set to complete, If it flashes five times, one or more of the Readiness Codes are not set to complete. To set Readiness Codes from incomplete to complete, perform the drive cycle procedure for the appropriate code.

MIL Lamp-On Message

Each time the PCM detects an Emissions related fault, the MIL is illuminated to inform the driver that the vehicle needs to be taken in for service.




COMPONENT MONITOR DRIVE CYCLE INSTRUCTIONS



  • Do not turn off the ignition switch during the test procedure.


  • All Onboard Diagnostic Monitors are cleared when the battery is disconnected or when the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) is cleared with the Scan Tool.


  • This drive cycle can be used to determine if the Readiness code for this Monitor will run and complete, and if the MIL will remain off after the vehicle is driven.


  • Operating Ranges: When a range of values is provided, try to operate the vehicle in the middle of the range. For example, if the vehicle speed range calls for 45-55 mph, drive the vehicle as close as possible to 50 mph. If the engine speed should be 1,000-2,000 rpm, try to operate the engine at 1,500 rpm.


  • Scan Tool Data: There are certain Parameter Identification (PID) values that must be within range before this Monitor will "run". It can be helpful to pull up those PID items on the Scan Tool so an assistant can view them during testing.


  • The Readiness code for this Monitor defaults to "continuous" or "monitoring" because this Monitor runs continuously when the engine is cranking or running.




COMPONENT MONITOR PRETEST CONDITIONS



  • MIL is off.


  • No Emission related DTC's are present.




TEST PROCEDURE



  1. Connect the Scan Tool to the data link connector (DLC). Use the Scan Tool to clear any stored DTC's and to reset the OBD Monitors.


  2. Start the engine and allow it to run at idle speed for 15 seconds.


  3. Accelerate at part-throttle to 40 mph and maintain that speed for several minutes. Bring the vehicle to a stop, and then allow the engine to idle with the transmission in Drive (in Neutral for M/T) for 15 seconds.


  4. Then accelerate at moderate throttle to 50 mph and maintain that speed for 15 seconds. Bring the vehicle to a stop, and then accelerate to 40 mph and maintain that speed for 15 seconds. Bring the vehicle to a stop and allow the engine to idle for 15 seconds. Repeat this step at least 5 times.


  5. Check for any Pending codes in the Generic OBD II section of the Scan Tool. If no Pending codes are set, the Component Monitor test is complete. If any Pending codes are set, refer to the appropriate trouble code repair information to make the repair.

2004 Honda... | Answered on Mar 09, 2015


check to make sure nor of you vaccum line is not loose and all your clamps are tighten sound line a line is off the system and your intake is not tighten properly

2004 Honda... | Answered on Mar 06, 2015


if it is a 4 cyl you will find it under the intake manifold in front of the radiator. if 6 cyl it also may be on the front side of the engine just between the engine and transmission.

2004 Honda... | Answered on Mar 06, 2015


Disconnect battery or pull the memory fuse for the radio. If you enter the wrong code 3 times on the radio it reads error and locks up.

2004 Honda... | Answered on Mar 06, 2015


A thing called the "Clock Spring" in the steering wheel needs replacing. It has all the wires in that operate that stuff on the steering wheel and airbag. There may also be a sliding ground connection that could be bad or dirty.

2004 Honda... | Answered on Feb 18, 2015


think it has a twist type locking bulb and that will be from inside the hood.

2004 Honda... | Answered on Feb 01, 2015


in canada? with DRL?
is the charge (battery Light on running)
nice photo but do name all lights, i see idle is at 800rpm good.
i see check engine light there, top left. so you need to scan PCM
using any scan tool
that is first.

DRL can shut down for other failures one is charge lamp. on.
if charge lamp is on , do not drive far, or it will stall and battery will discharge and be stranded. (till AAA auto tow is called <jumped)

2004 Honda... | Answered on Feb 01, 2015


Most door latches have a manual unlock procedure, and for most, you turn the key as far as you can then lift door handle and as you apply lift key should then turn further to unlock door. If this doesn't work on yours, call dealer service department and ask what's the trick on yours.

2004 Honda... | Answered on Jan 23, 2015


Push the triangle button- most are centrally located

2004 Honda... | Answered on Jan 12, 2015


You don't. You have to get it "coded" to find out what the error is first.

2004 Honda... | Answered on Jan 12, 2015


This problem is caused by disparity between Vehicle speed and Transmission RPM preset for that speed. Transmission automatically shifts gears smoothly when car reaches a preset speed, set by the manufacturer. If either the shift solenoid is not responding or the Transmission is slipping JERK will be experienced. First check fluid levels and change fluid if it has not been changed in the last 45,000 miles. Since you just bought the car you have no knowledge. Do not do Transmission flush if you have over 100,000 miles. Only do drain and fill with Honda Fluid. Only Drain and fill is recommended so as not to wash away/disturb the friction material by power flushing. During drain and fill add a bottle of Torgue multiplier fluid available in Auto part stores. If this does not work then take it to a Transmission shop for them to diagnose.

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2004 Honda... | Answered on Jan 06, 2015


fuel pump out of control range, check fuel relay/ fuses then possibly the pump itself

2004 Honda... | Answered on Jan 02, 2015


No heat could be the heater core is plugged and needs flushing out. Or the control that opens the valve is not working. --- No AC could be the drive belt is broken or the AC clutch quit or the freon is low in the system.

2004 Honda... | Answered on Dec 30, 2014


You will probably need a shop manual to have the wiring diagrams needed to trace the circuits.
There may be other components that affect both the wipers and ac but I know the key switch does.

2004 Honda... | Answered on Dec 29, 2014

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