Review: Honda Accord (1993 – 1998)


Smooth, refined drive, with decent handling. Excellent four-speed auto. Generally very reliable if serviced on time.

Rust on bottom edge of rear wings could prove expensive. Potential glitch with electric front windows.

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Honda Accord - remote locking problems

We bought a 1995 Honda Accord recently, but we are having problems with the remote locking. The system works, but you have to point the key at the car at close range for it to work. Any idea what’s wrong?
Probably needs a new battery in the remote. Buy the battery, get it out of the packaging and change it within 10 seconds or the remote will lose its codes.
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