Honda Accord: Park Pin Switch Test - Ignition Switch - Body Electrical - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: Park Pin Switch Test

Produced in USA models

1. Remove the center console (see page 20-158).

2. Disconnect the A/T gear position indicator panel light/park pin switch 6P connector (A) from the park pin switch (B).

3. Check for continuity between connector terminals No.


3. Check for continuity between connector terminals No.

1 and No. 2.

There should be continuity.

• There should be continuity when the shift lever is moved out of P.

• There should be continuity when the shift lever is moved to P.

4. If continuity is not as specified, replace the park pin switch (see page 14-258).

Produced In Saitama models .

1. Remove the center console (see page 20-158).

2. Disconnect the A/T gear position indicator panel light/park pin switch 6P connector (A) from the park pin switch (B).

3. Check for continuity between connector terminals No.


3. Check for continuity between connector terminals No.

1 and No. 2.

• There should be continuity when the shift lever is moved to P.

• There should be continuity when the shift lever is moved out of P.

4. In continuity is not as specified, replace the park pin switch (see page 14-258).

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