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i have a 88 SI, i have been trying to figure out why my headlights dont go up or down, and toady i found out that my driver side motor is getting power from somewhere. i discovered this because it was hot, too hot to touch. and also you can hear a faint clicking coming from the headlight motor. i am not great with electrial, so anyu help would be much appreciated.
 

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i have a 88 SI, i have been trying to figure out why my headlights dont go up or down, and toady i found out that my driver side motor is getting power from somewhere. i discovered this because it was hot, too hot to touch. and also you can hear a faint clicking coming from the headlight motor. i am not great with electrial, so anyu help would be much appreciated.
Go through the online pdf manual and run through the troubleshooting procedure.
 

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Go through the online pdf manual and run through the troubleshooting procedure.
i was in the process of getting the lights figured out, and then as soon as i leave work the other day, my timing belt broke! i thought i got off lucky, everything seemed ok, but that wawsnt the case. bent both exhaust valves in cyl #4.in the process of rebuilding the head now. i ordered some cheaap valves, which i didnt want to do but seeing that i already spent a bunch of money on parts, and also my accord started acting up newyears eve,(immobilizer problem) and i have no car, im just trying to get it running asap! i ordered a full set of valves and seals. i hope they fit and work! i am also trying to figure out what all i can take off the motor and engine bay, dont need half of it anyway, and trying to figure out the dimentions of the valves so i can do a valve job before the valves get here, and all i will have to do is lap them in and hopefully be goodthanks you for the replies
 
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