According to the example listed in Step 3, the 2003 Honda Accord uses a 20-amp fuse for the power locks. Look at the inside cover of the fuse box to determine the location of the fuse you need to replace. If your Accord is experiencing electrical problems, you should always check the fuses first, because they are relatively easy to check and cheap to change. I have found that this is the best place to start lifting the panel from. The fuse rating is listed on the chart that identifies the function of each fuse. Verify the new fuse is working properly.
I can't see all 3 going out simultaneously. Push the tabs to open the engine compartment fuse box. Pull the passenger compartment fuse box slightly upward and towards you to open it. Determine the rating of the fuse in need of replacement. Remember the ignition needs to be on and the lock out switch turned off red line showing. Push the tab down to open the engine compartment fuse box.
Push the tab on the fuse box to reveal the fuses. Test all remotes to confirm their operation. My choice is to always install a new factory master window switch when there is a failure but I do understand that circumstances sometimes dictate another path. This method works on many vehicles. The control unit do give way at times but it usually is due to bad contacts. For this test the lockout switch needs to be on meaning that the red line is not visible. If it still does not work, you will need to diagnose the system using a scan tool then relearn the positions.
Read the inside cover to find out the rating. Remove the fuse using the fuse puller or your fingers. Remote Programming: First of all the vehicle remotes will need to be programmed to the vehicle once the power window switch assembly has been replaced. Shut the fuse box and start the Accord. This will result in having to hold the momentary switch in the on position and operate the desired window switch at the same time. Hi Charlie, Glad that you are able to diagnose the fault.
Locate the fuse number on the diagram that correlates to your car problem. A chart listing each fuse and its function is on the inside of the fuse box cover. Check under the weather stripping if those bolts aren't evident. Verify the new fuse works and the issue is resolved. As soon as the movement is heard push the lock or unlock button one more time. Check the inside wire, which is burned out if the fuse is blown. Anytime part of the electrical system fails like power windows, power doors or moonroof, check to see if a fuse is blown before you take it to a mechanic.
Check the switches for deterioration or abnormalities. This must be done within 10 seconds of the very first remote being learned. These actions are performed to clear out the old stored memory 10. Next see where the fuse box is located. From the symptoms described, it could be power is not getting to the other windows from the driver door.
Use the fuse extractor or your fingers to remove the fuse. They should be able to figure out if the component needs to be replaced or if there is a short or some other problem with your Accord. The 1997 Prelude's taillight uses a 15-amp fuse. Side note, when pressing the window switch on the actual door with the window there is no click noise, there is no noise either way. Electrical problem 2005 Honda Accord 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 30000 miles The switch to lock all windows execpt driver window does not word. Doing so will allow the inner side of the switch to come up and then the rest will release without any trouble. Within 1 t0 4 seconds press remote lock or unlock button with the remote pointed towards the power window switch assembly.
Recheck the fuses and switches. Close the fuse box and test the fuses by attempting to perform the problematic operation turn on the lights, use the signals, etc. If I would not have had a clear reading I would have had to of used other tests to chassis ground and battery voltage in order to determine if there was a broken wire or other issue somewhere. Electrical components such as your map light, radio, heated seats, high beams, power windows all have fuses and if they suddenly stop working, chances are you have a fuse that has blown out. Some Hondas have multiple interior fuse boxes including in the trunk - the video above will show you where the interior fuse box of your 2001 Accord is located. With the lock off, I hear the click but no movement. Inspect the inside for a burned or melted wire, indicative of a blown fuse.
Look inside the fuse where you will see a zigzag pattern, which is usually white colored. These connections should be inspected and greased. If you have more remotes that you want to program to the vehicle simply aim them at the power window switch and press the lock or unlock button once. The other fuse box is in the passenger compartment underneath the steering column. Electrical problem 4 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 38000 miles Nothing really happened. Turn the key off and remove it from the ignition. If I put the window lock on, I hear no click.
Get out your tool box if you've eliminated fuses and switches as the cause of the problem. Electrical problem 2005 Honda Accord 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 58,000 miles I have a 2 Door 2005 Honda Accord and the driver's side window does not work. A 2003 model's wiper fuse as listed in Step 3 has a 20-amp rating. Electrically it is just the opposite. The switch grounds that wire and turns the relay on by applying a ground to the circuit. You cannot leave the added ground in place though as it will keep the relay energized even with the key off and the battery will go dead.