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2007 Accord ATF, Visor and Arm Rest Lid

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Old 02-23-2019, 06:29 PM
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Alright, so I bought an 07 Accord VP with 151K miles and it needs few things and wanted to get some help

-For an ATF drain and fill, does it take 3.1 quarts or exactly 3 quarts?

-Driver side rear door lock doesn't work with remote or from the main master lock switch on the driver side, what could it be? I ensured child lock isn't engaged. Is that actuator, if so, can that be replaced with the one from a junkyard or newer would be better?

- Driver side sun visor clip tab is broken, can that alone be easily replaced? If so, can old one be just pushed out or there's a procedure for it? Also, storage compartment lid has a tear and I want to see if I can replace ONLY the lid, with the one from junkyard, again is it easily swap-able?





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Sun visor clip just get one from the junk yard. They pull out.

For the door it is more than likely the actuator. It is up to you if you buy new or not. Both ways will get it to work.

Trans fluid drain and fill you will want to get 9 quarts of fluid and do the 3x3. Drain then put 3 quarts in and take it for a drive and repeat until the final fill. Make sure you get Honda ATF DW-1.
 
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Old 02-23-2019, 06:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Seanjordan20 View Post
Sun visor clip just get one from the junk yard. They pull out.
Thanks, so just push down using a plastic pry tool or a small screw driver and it'll pop right out?

For the door it is more than likely the actuator. It is up to you if you buy new or not. Both ways will get it to work.
I think it's actuator too, is there a way I can confirm using multimeter? I couldn't see it on Rock auto, or maybe I was looking at the wrong place.
Trans fluid drain and fill you will want to get 9 quarts of fluid and do the 3x3. Drain then put 3 quarts in and take it for a drive and repeat until the final fill. Make sure you get Honda ATF DW-1.
Yes, already have Honda/Acura ATF on hand.

Is the lid for center console just being held by 2 screws and can be swapped just like it? Thanks for all the help
 
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You can test to make sure it's getting power to the plug.

Part number: 72115SDAA11
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Yes just pull the broken piece down

For the center piece. Open it up and you will see the henge you will have to unscrew
 

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Thanks Seanjordan20 , appreciate the help.
 
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Originally Posted by Seanjordan20 View Post
You can test to make sure it's getting power to the plug.

Part number: 72115SDAA11
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Yes just pull the broken piece down

For the center piece. Open it up and you will see the henge you will have to unscrew
Are those 2 screws/hinges are inside the space storage? Thanks
 
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Yes should be 2 screws once the armrest is fully open
 
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Originally Posted by Seanjordan20 View Post
Yes should be 2 screws once the armrest is fully open
Got it, thanks again.

It's interesting dealer part is cheaper than Rock Auto. By any chance, would you have any advise to repair that small hole in upholstery?
 

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You can buy one from the junkyard or order the pre-made online (replace it yourself and take it to an upholstery shop). It's up to you.
 
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Can anyone please confirm the that this part would work too for actuator?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Power-Door-...frcectupt=true

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