New to the Passport Community.... Some questions...

tpbeezer
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Asked by tpbeezer Apr 06, 2009 at 07:36 PM about the 1998 Honda Passport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ok so like I said I am new to the Honda Passport community. Today I purchased a 1998 Passport. So far love it! But there are some issues I knew of when I bought it that maybe you can help me figure out. First, the back windshield wiper does not work. I dont even know where to start with that. Also, the front wipers have 3 speeds and only 2 work. The slowest speed doesnt work it just turns it off. And the last thing so far that I noticed, I think I can fix it but maybe someone has another idea, when I hit the gas, the gas pedal sticks. Like I can;t press down and I have to keep hitting it and then it clicks. The seller lubed it under the hood and loosend a screw and it fixed it a little so I think I have that figured out. Last thing. Where can I find some good not too expensive parts? I need like interior light covers and such. I would like floor mats and I want a trim kit because the trim isnt in great shape. Other than that it really is nice. If anyone can help me I would really appreciate it!

Thank you and I look forward to this!

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gjm530
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I have a 95 Passport and have found good deal on parts and accessories (carseat covers) for it at autopartswarehouse.com

hookybill
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First thing to check with the rear wiper is the fuse box.The inside of the fuse box door should have all the fuses labled.

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