1999 Honda Accord Overview

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1999 Honda Accord Overview

There are still many 1999 Accords available, and with a price tag between $9,000 and $10,500, it's still a good deal. Engine options include a 2.3-liter, 135-hp 4-cylinder with clean emissions and excellent gas mileage, or you may go for the more powerful 3.0-liter V6, with 200 hp. It's not a fancy set of wheels, and not your style if you dream of sports cars. It is however comfortable, dependable, and a great vehicle for every day—and the brakes work when you need them.

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Emergancy Break

My emergency break won't push back down by me just pushing the button on the handle is there something I have to press or is my E brake broken

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Car Running With No Key For No Reason?

Recently, I walked out to my car to find that the parking lights were on and the engine was running. It was doing so without a key in it, and the parking light switch was not turned to on, either. T...

Replaced Clutch Master Cylinder Now The Clutch Is Soft.

Hi, I went to a mechanic to diagnos a clutch pedal that would stick to the floor in 1st gear and reverse. I wanted them to just bleed the system, but they talked me into replacing the master cylinde...

1999 Honda Accord V6

Hey guys i have a 1999 honda accord and the other day i was driving it and stop at a red light and the car just turn off and it dont want to turn back on .. if one of you guys have eny idea what it...

Can I Replace A 99 Honda Accord 2.3l Auto Transmission With A Different Yea...

My Honda transmission went out while driving on a flat area of highway going the speed limit of 70mph. I'm wondering if it's possible to replace the transmission with a newer year rather than rebuil...