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#21 Storm

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Escrito 28 febrero 2012 - 10:19:30

Información sobre soporte de cámara Modifry y Go Pro HD Hero 2:
http://clubhondaspir...-montar-go-pro/

Editado por Storm, 10 octubre 2012 - 09:06:03.


#22 Storm

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Escrito 02 marzo 2012 - 12:14:24

Búsquedas en S2ki:
http://clubhondaspir...ost__p__1899984

P.D: Para CASI cualquier cosa, buscáis en Google s2ki + el tema (en inglés).


@edito: La sintaxi mas exacta para buscar en google seria poner en el buscador de google lo siguiente:

"site:s2ki.com texto_a_buscar"

eso hace que se busque en la web s2ki.com el texto que queramos (si se pone "s2ki + texto" buscara "s2ki" en paginas que no sean s2ki.com)

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#23 Storm

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Escrito 05 marzo 2012 - 17:13:23

Listado de Errores OBD-II (CEL o Check Engine) en S2ki:

The ULTIMATE Check Engine Light Thread! Got a CEL? - Trouble Codes Unveiled Here:

http://www.s2ki.com/...e-light-thread/

#24 Storm

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Escrito 22 marzo 2012 - 15:52:50

Technical FAQ v2.1 en S2ki:
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#25 Storm

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Escrito 26 abril 2012 - 16:02:57

Boletines de Servicio de Honda (S2000 Service Bulletins (TSB)):
http://clubhondaspir...-bulletins-tsb/

In this forum you will find copies of Service Bulletins issued by American Honda for your personal reference and use. This are for informational and entertainment use only. You assume all risks associated with actually performing any instructions contained within. When possible we have provided both the original PDF version of the documents and an HTML conversion of the PDFs. The PDF files are considered the "original" documents, the HTML is simply for convenience. The HTML versions may not be complete or properly formatted. Your milage may vary.
This documents are made available to members only. Please do not republish them or pass them to non-members. Doing so would devalue our membership programs and compromise the time and effort we have put in to bring them to you.
Thanks and enjoy.

S2000 Service Bulletins (TSB)

Service Bulletin Info and FAQ
2006+ O2/AF Sensor TSB with DTC P1172, P2A00 macr88
2005+ Soft top tearing TSB Luder94
Intermittent Hesitation During Hard Acceleration
Noncompliance Recall: S2000 Taillight Side Markers
Seat Belt Slow to Retract
Convertible Top Creaks Over Rough Roads
Convertible Top Cover Snap Is Broken
Center Console Lifts Up in the Back
EVAP Bypass Solenoid Valve Failure
Convertible Top Does Not Open Properly
Rear Vibration During Acceleration
Reverse or 5th Gear Is Difficult to Select
Product Update Campaign: S2000 Spark Plugs
Transmission Pops Out of 4th Gear
Convertible Top Cover Comes Loose
Wind Noise or Rattle at the Convertible Top
Driver
Water Drips on the Passenger
Safety Recall: S2000 Seat Belt Retractors
Deformed Windshield Molding
Sound Cuts Out While Playing a CD
Grinding When Shifting Into 2nd Gear
Buzzing From the Transmission While Decelerating
Loose Accessory Floor Mat Anchor
Service Manual Update: Rear Window Replacement
Rear Window Is Creased, Clouded, or Scratched
Safety Recall: S2000 Convertible Top Cover


http://www.s2ki.com/...844-s2000-tsbs/

Posted 07 November 2006 - 03:30 PM

Here are the TSB's that a few of you asked for:

*NOTE*
There is no need to worry about TSB's. I just posted them because I had seen some interest in them. TSB's are for techs who are working on your car, not the average driver. If there is a problem that has occured often enough that it catches the Manufactures attention they will relase a TSB's that way the troubleshooting takes much less time and the problem is solved quicky. If there is a recall on the car it is also noted here. This information is usless to most people and unless you understand what it is used for and plan on fixing a problem yourself on your car you will have no use for this information. Unless you are a mechanic, you have no use for this thread.
***IF YOU DONT KNOW WHAT THIS INFORMATION IS OR WHAT IT IS USED FOR DONT WORRY ABOUT IT. THIS INFORMATION IS FOR MECHANICS***

MY2000
Number Date Title
88-023 04/19/2006 Electrical - Battery Test Procedure/Equipment
03-014 02/07/2006 Body - Convertible Top Cover Snap is Broken
02-065 10/28/2005 Body - Convertible Top Won't Work Properly
01-023 09/20/2005 Computers/Controls - Module/Control Unit Updating
01-037 07/05/2005 Body - Convertible Top Rattles/Windnoise
SN050600-011 06/01/2005 A/C - Heater Blows Cold Air, A/C Blows Warm Air
SN050508 05/01/2005 Exhaust System - Catalytic Converter Noise
SN050506 05/01/2005 Wind Noise - Simple Way To Replicate
SN050416 04/01/2005 Engine - Falters/No Power/Won't Rev Over 7000 RPM
SN050407 04/01/2005 A/T - Do Not Remove Torque Converter From Mainshaft
SN050418 04/01/2005 Body - Plastic Body Clip Removal Tips
SN050314 03/01/2005 A/T - Fixing Banjo Bolt Leaks
SN050316 03/01/2005 Engine Controls - Clearing DTC's
SN050311 03/01/2005 Windshield Wipers - Blade Care & Replacement
SN050202 02/01/2005 A/T - Avoiding Fluid Contamination
SN050215 02/01/2005 Audio System - Never Play CD's With Adhesive Labels
SN050105 01/01/2005 Suspension - Creak/Grunt From Rear At Low Speeds
SN050109 01/01/2005 Engine - Oil Recommendation GF-4 Standard
04-073 12/02/2004 Engine Controls - Hesitation on Hard Acceleration
SN040915 09/01/2004 Driver's Air Bag - Replace Torx Bolts Properly
SN040903 09/01/2004 Popping From Front Wheel Upper Control Arm Mount
00-064 08/03/2004 Body - Deformed Windshield Moulding
02-052 07/16/2004 Restraints - Occupant Detection Initialization
04-033 06/16/2004 Recall - Tail Light Side Marker Defect
NHTSA04V257000 06/01/2004 Recall 04V257000: Tail Light Replacement
SN040310 03/01/2004 ABS - Grunts When Doing A Self-Check
SN040308 03/01/2004 M/T - Grinding At Upshifts When Cold
98-011 02/20/2004 Keyless Entry - Remote Transmitter Information
04-009 02/17/2004 Computers/Controls - HIM Module Updating
SN040215 02/01/2004 ABS DTC 51 Or 53 - Diagnostic Tip
SN040211 02/01/2004 Speedo/Odometer Read Excessive Speed & Distance
SN040214 02/01/2004 Headlight Adjustments
SN040203 02/01/2004 Clutch Pedal Is Noisy or Feels Notchy
SN040111 01/01/2004 Engine Oil Recommendations
SN031107 11/01/2003 Blower (Heater) Motor Gets Hot and Blows A Fuse
SN031106 11/01/2003 Air Fresheners - Bad News For Paint Or Plastic
SN031007 10/01/2003 M/T - Hard To Shift Into 1st Gear, Grinds Into Reverse
03-062 09/16/2003 Interior - Seat Belts Slow to Retract
SN030915 09/01/2003 Suspension - Drifting & Pulling At Highway Speeds
SN030813 08/01/2003 Interior & Exterior Trim - Tool To Make Removal A Snap
98-018 07/22/2003 Drivetrain - Revised CV Joint Boot Band/Installation
SN030707 07/01/2003 Catalytic Converter - Rotten Egg Smell
00-088 06/03/2003 Brakes - Brake Disc Refinishing Guideline
SN030502 05/01/2003 Clearing DTCs & Setting ECM/PCM With The HDS
01-008 04/29/2003 Body - Driver Window Won't Go All The Way Down
00-049 04/29/2003 Antitheft System - Type 2 System Operation/Programming
SN030407 04/01/2003 DTC's P0133 & P0420 Set After Manual Trans R&R
03-023 04/01/2003 Body - Convertible Top Creaks/Pops/Rattles on Rough Road
03-020 03/29/2003 Engine Controls/Emissions - OBD II DTC's & Monitors
SN030205 02/01/2003 SRS - Indicator ON with No SRS DTC Set
03-001 01/28/2003 Emissions/Engine Controls - MIL ON/DTC P1457 (EVAP)
02-063 10/29/2002 Drivetrain - Vibration From Rear on Acceleration
02-046 07/30/2002 M/T - Difficult Reverse/5th Gear Selection
02-042 07/10/2002 Campaign - Spark Replacement
00-054 11/27/2001 M/T - Buzz/Rattle on Deceleration
00-055 06/12/2001 M/T - Grinds Shifting Into 2nd Gear at High RPMs
01-029 05/01/2001 Engine Controls - DTC Capture and Downloading
01-038 03/27/2001 Convertible Top Cover - Comes Loose
00-054 12/19/2000 Engine/Transmission - Buzzing on Deceleration
00-099 12/19/2000 Wiring Terminal - Repair Instructions
00-089 10/31/2000 Supplemental Restraint System - Inspection
00-083 10/31/2000 Heater Unit - Water Drips Onto Passenger's Carpet
00-078 10/17/2000 Recall - Seat Belt Retractor Sensor Replacement
NHTSA00V316000 10/04/2000 Recall 00V316000: Seat Belt Retractor Defective
00-048 09/26/2000 Convertible Top Rear Window Replacement - Manual Update
00-063 08/01/2000 Special Tool - Chassis EAR™, Diagnostic Tool
96-012 07/05/2000 A/C - System Performance Testing
00-057 07/05/2000 CD Player - Sound Cuts Out at High Volume
99-053 06/27/2000 Immobilizer Key - Key Code Duplicator
00-050 06/13/2000 Accessory Floor Mat - Anchor Moves From Side to Side
99-018 04/11/2000 Required Special Tools And Equipment,
00-037 04/01/2000 Convertible Top Rear Window - Creased, Cloudy, Scratched
00-015 03/14/2000 Audio Unit with CD Player/Changer - Error Codes
98-019 03/14/2000 Audio Unit - Warranty Exhange/Out of Warranty Repair
00-032 03/07/2000 Paint Codes
00-020 02/04/2000 Recall - Convertible Top Cover
NHTSA00V016000 01/24/2000 Recall 00V016000: Convertible Top/Seat Belt Interference
97-015 12/07/1999 Service Publications - Availability & Ordering
98-031 11/09/1999 Aftermarket On Board Diagnostic (OBD) II Tester
99-030 05/04/1999 Recommended Materials
98-051 08/04/1998 Special Tool Loan Program

MY2001
Number Date Title
88-023 04/19/2006 Electrical - Battery Test Procedure/Equipment
03-014 02/07/2006 Body - Convertible Top Cover Snap is Broken
02-065 10/28/2005 Body - Convertible Top Won't Work Properly
01-023 09/20/2005 Computers/Controls - Module/Control Unit Updating
01-037 07/05/2005 Body - Convertible Top Rattles/Windnoise
SN050600-011 06/01/2005 A/C - Heater Blows Cold Air, A/C Blows Warm Air
01-100 05/13/2005 M/T - Pops Out of 4th Gear
SN050508 05/01/2005 Exhaust System - Catalytic Converter Noise
SN050506 05/01/2005 Wind Noise - Simple Way To Replicate
SN050416 04/01/2005 Engine - Falters/No Power/Won't Rev Over 7000 RPM
SN050407 04/01/2005 A/T - Do Not Remove Torque Converter From Mainshaft
SN050418 04/01/2005 Body - Plastic Body Clip Removal Tips
SN050314 03/01/2005 A/T - Fixing Banjo Bolt Leaks
SN050316 03/01/2005 Engine Controls - Clearing DTC's
SN050311 03/01/2005 Windshield Wipers - Blade Care & Replacement
SN050202 02/01/2005 A/T - Avoiding Fluid Contamination
SN050206 02/01/2005 Engine Controls - DTC P0172
SN050215 02/01/2005 Audio System - Never Play CD's With Adhesive Labels
SN050105 01/01/2005 Suspension - Creak/Grunt From Rear At Low Speeds
SN050109 01/01/2005 Engine - Oil Recommendation GF-4 Standard
04-073 12/02/2004 Engine Controls - Hesitation on Hard Acceleration
SN041204 12/01/2004 Fuel Filler Cap Adapter Available For Testing Emissions
SN040915 09/01/2004 Driver's Air Bag - Replace Torx Bolts Properly
SN040903 09/01/2004 Popping From Front Wheel Upper Control Arm Mount
00-064 08/03/2004 Body - Deformed Windshield Moulding
02-052 07/16/2004 Restraints - Occupant Detection Initialization
SN040310 03/01/2004 ABS - Grunts When Doing A Self-Check
SN040308 03/01/2004 M/T - Grinding At Upshifts When Cold
98-011 02/20/2004 Keyless Entry - Remote Transmitter Information
04-009 02/17/2004 Computers/Controls - HIM Module Updating
SN040215 02/01/2004 ABS DTC 51 Or 53 - Diagnostic Tip
SN040211 02/01/2004 Speedo/Odometer Read Excessive Speed & Distance
SN040214 02/01/2004 Headlight Adjustments
SN040203 02/01/2004 Clutch Pedal Is Noisy or Feels Notchy
SN040111 01/01/2004 Engine Oil Recommendations
SN031107 11/01/2003 Blower (Heater) Motor Gets Hot and Blows A Fuse
SN031106 11/01/2003 Air Fresheners - Bad News For Paint Or Plastic
SN031007 10/01/2003 M/T - Hard To Shift Into 1st Gear, Grinds Into Reverse
03-062 09/16/2003 Interior - Seat Belts Slow to Retract
SN030915 09/01/2003 Suspension - Drifting & Pulling At Highway Speeds
SN030813 08/01/2003 Interior & Exterior Trim - Tool To Make Removal A Snap
98-018 07/22/2003 Drivetrain - Revised CV Joint Boot Band/Installation
SN030707 07/01/2003 Catalytic Converter - Rotten Egg Smell
00-088 06/03/2003 Brakes - Brake Disc Refinishing Guideline
SN030502 05/01/2003 Clearing DTCs & Setting ECM/PCM With The HDS
01-008 04/29/2003 Body - Driver Window Won't Go All The Way Down
00-049 04/29/2003 Antitheft System - Type 2 System Operation/Programming
SN030407 04/01/2003 DTC's P0133 & P0420 Set After Manual Trans R&R
03-023 04/01/2003 Body - Convertible Top Creaks/Pops/Rattles on Rough Road
03-020 03/29/2003 Engine Controls/Emissions - OBD II DTC's & Monitors
SN030205 02/01/2003 SRS - Indicator ON with No SRS DTC Set
03-001 01/28/2003 Emissions/Engine Controls - MIL ON/DTC P1457 (EVAP)
02-063 10/29/2002 Drivetrain - Vibration From Rear on Acceleration
02-046 07/30/2002 M/T - Difficult Reverse/5th Gear Selection
02-042 07/10/2002 Campaign - Spark Replacement
00-054 11/27/2001 M/T - Buzz/Rattle on Deceleration
01-029 05/01/2001 Engine Controls - DTC Capture and Downloading
01-038 03/27/2001 Convertible Top Cover - Comes Loose
01-001 01/16/2001 Paint - 2001 Paint Codes
00-099 12/19/2000 Wiring Terminal - Repair Instructions
00-089 10/31/2000 Supplemental Restraint System - Inspection
00-083 10/31/2000 Heater Unit - Water Drips Onto Passenger's Carpet
00-063 08/01/2000 Special Tool - Chassis EAR™, Diagnostic Tool
96-012 07/05/2000 A/C - System Performance Testing

MY2002
Number Date Title
88-023 04/19/2006 Electrical - Battery Test Procedure/Equipment
03-014 02/07/2006 Body - Convertible Top Cover Snap is Broken
02-065 10/28/2005 Body - Convertible Top Won't Work Properly
01-023 09/20/2005 Computers/Controls - Module/Control Unit Updating
SN050600-011 06/01/2005 A/C - Heater Blows Cold Air, A/C Blows Warm Air
01-100 05/13/2005 M/T - Pops Out of 4th Gear
SN050508 05/01/2005 Exhaust System - Catalytic Converter Noise
SN050506 05/01/2005 Wind Noise - Simple Way To Replicate
SN050416 04/01/2005 Engine - Falters/No Power/Won't Rev Over 7000 RPM
SN050407 04/01/2005 A/T - Do Not Remove Torque Converter From Mainshaft
SN050418 04/01/2005 Body - Plastic Body Clip Removal Tips
SN050314 03/01/2005 A/T - Fixing Banjo Bolt Leaks
SN050316 03/01/2005 Engine Controls - Clearing DTC's
SN050311 03/01/2005 Windshield Wipers - Blade Care & Replacement
SN050202 02/01/2005 A/T - Avoiding Fluid Contamination
SN050206 02/01/2005 Engine Controls - DTC P0172
SN050215 02/01/2005 Audio System - Never Play CD's With Adhesive Labels
SN050105 01/01/2005 Suspension - Creak/Grunt From Rear At Low Speeds
SN050109 01/01/2005 Engine - Oil Recommendation GF-4 Standard
04-073 12/02/2004 Engine Controls - Hesitation on Hard Acceleration
SN041204 12/01/2004 Fuel Filler Cap Adapter Available For Testing Emissions
SN040915 09/01/2004 Driver's Air Bag - Replace Torx Bolts Properly
SN040903 09/01/2004 Popping From Front Wheel Upper Control Arm Mount
00-064 08/03/2004 Body - Deformed Windshield Moulding
02-052 07/16/2004 Restraints - Occupant Detection Initialization
SN040310 03/01/2004 ABS - Grunts When Doing A Self-Check
SN040308 03/01/2004 M/T - Grinding At Upshifts When Cold
98-011 02/20/2004 Keyless Entry - Remote Transmitter Information
04-009 02/17/2004 Computers/Controls - HIM Module Updating
04-002 02/13/2004 Fuel/Emissions - MIL ON/DTC P01456 (EVAP System)
SN040215 02/01/2004 ABS DTC 51 Or 53 - Diagnostic Tip
SN040211 02/01/2004 Speedo/Odometer Read Excessive Speed & Distance
SN040214 02/01/2004 Headlight Adjustments
SN040203 02/01/2004 Clutch Pedal Is Noisy or Feels Notchy
SN040111 01/01/2004 Engine Oil Recommendations
SN040106 01/01/2004 Nose Mask Installation Tips
SN031107 11/01/2003 Blower (Heater) Motor Gets Hot and Blows A Fuse
SN031106 11/01/2003 Air Fresheners - Bad News For Paint Or Plastic
SN031007 10/01/2003 M/T - Hard To Shift Into 1st Gear, Grinds Into Reverse
03-062 09/16/2003 Interior - Seat Belts Slow to Retract
SN030915 09/01/2003 Suspension - Drifting & Pulling At Highway Speeds
SN030813 08/01/2003 Interior & Exterior Trim - Tool To Make Removal A Snap
SN030802 08/01/2003 DTC P1456 - Evap System Diagnostic Aid
98-018 07/22/2003 Drivetrain - Revised CV Joint Boot Band/Installation
SN030707 07/01/2003 Catalytic Converter - Rotten Egg Smell
00-088 06/03/2003 Brakes - Brake Disc Refinishing Guideline
SN030508 05/01/2003 Audio Unit - Electronically Retrieving Serial Numbers
SN030510 05/01/2003 Audio Unit - Models Which Are Electronically Retrieval
SN030502 05/01/2003 Clearing DTCs & Setting ECM/PCM With The HDS
01-008 04/29/2003 Body - Driver Window Won't Go All The Way Down
00-049 04/29/2003 Antitheft System - Type 2 System Operation/Programming
SN030407 04/01/2003 DTC's P0133 & P0420 Set After Manual Trans R&R
03-023 04/01/2003 Body - Convertible Top Creaks/Pops/Rattles on Rough Road
03-020 03/29/2003 Engine Controls/Emissions - OBD II DTC's & Monitors
03-012 02/18/2003 Interior - Center Console Lifts Up in the Back
SN030205 02/01/2003 SRS - Indicator ON with No SRS DTC Set
03-001 01/28/2003 Emissions/Engine Controls - MIL ON/DTC P1457 (EVAP)
02-063 10/29/2002 Drivetrain - Vibration From Rear on Acceleration
02-046 07/30/2002 M/T - Difficult Reverse/5th Gear Selection
02-042 07/10/2002 Campaign - Spark Replacement
02-013 05/07/2002 Paint - 2002 Paint Codes
96-012 07/05/2000 A/C - System Performance Testing

MY2003
Number Date Title
88-023 04/19/2006 Electrical - Battery Test Procedure/Equipment
03-014 02/07/2006 Body - Convertible Top Cover Snap is Broken
02-065 10/28/2005 Body - Convertible Top Won't Work Properly
01-023 09/20/2005 Computers/Controls - Module/Control Unit Updating
SN050600-011 06/01/2005 A/C - Heater Blows Cold Air, A/C Blows Warm Air
01-100 05/13/2005 M/T - Pops Out of 4th Gear
SN050508 05/01/2005 Exhaust System - Catalytic Converter Noise
SN050506 05/01/2005 Wind Noise - Simple Way To Replicate
SN050416 04/01/2005 Engine - Falters/No Power/Won't Rev Over 7000 RPM
SN050407 04/01/2005 A/T - Do Not Remove Torque Converter From Mainshaft
SN050418 04/01/2005 Body - Plastic Body Clip Removal Tips
SN050314 03/01/2005 A/T - Fixing Banjo Bolt Leaks
SN050316 03/01/2005 Engine Controls - Clearing DTC's
SN050311 03/01/2005 Windshield Wipers - Blade Care & Replacement
SN050202 02/01/2005 A/T - Avoiding Fluid Contamination
SN050206 02/01/2005 Engine Controls - DTC P0172
SN050215 02/01/2005 Audio System - Never Play CD's With Adhesive Labels
SN050105 01/01/2005 Suspension - Creak/Grunt From Rear At Low Speeds
SN050109 01/01/2005 Engine - Oil Recommendation GF-4 Standard
04-073 12/02/2004 Engine Controls - Hesitation on Hard Acceleration
SN041204 12/01/2004 Fuel Filler Cap Adapter Available For Testing Emissions
SN041206 12/01/2004 Dashboard Switch Not Lit,? Replace Bulb, Not Switch
SN040915 09/01/2004 Driver's Air Bag - Replace Torx Bolts Properly
SN040903 09/01/2004 Popping From Front Wheel Upper Control Arm Mount
00-064 08/03/2004 Body - Deformed Windshield Moulding
02-052 07/16/2004 Restraints - Occupant Detection Initialization
SN040310 03/01/2004 ABS - Grunts When Doing A Self-Check
SN040308 03/01/2004 M/T - Grinding At Upshifts When Cold
98-011 02/20/2004 Keyless Entry - Remote Transmitter Information
04-009 02/17/2004 Computers/Controls - HIM Module Updating
04-002 02/13/2004 Fuel/Emissions - MIL ON/DTC P01456 (EVAP System)
SN040215 02/01/2004 ABS DTC 51 Or 53 - Diagnostic Tip
SN040211 02/01/2004 Speedo/Odometer Read Excessive Speed & Distance
SN040214 02/01/2004 Headlight Adjustments
SN040203 02/01/2004 Clutch Pedal Is Noisy or Feels Notchy
SN040111 01/01/2004 Engine Oil Recommendations
SN040106 01/01/2004 Nose Mask Installation Tips
SN031107 11/01/2003 Blower (Heater) Motor Gets Hot and Blows A Fuse
SN031106 11/01/2003 Air Fresheners - Bad News For Paint Or Plastic
SN031007 10/01/2003 M/T - Hard To Shift Into 1st Gear, Grinds Into Reverse
03-062 09/16/2003 Interior - Seat Belts Slow to Retract
SN030915 09/01/2003 Suspension - Drifting & Pulling At Highway Speeds
SN030813 08/01/2003 Interior & Exterior Trim - Tool To Make Removal A Snap
SN030802 08/01/2003 DTC P1456 - Evap System Diagnostic Aid
98-018 07/22/2003 Drivetrain - Revised CV Joint Boot Band/Installation
SN030707 07/01/2003 Catalytic Converter - Rotten Egg Smell
00-088 06/03/2003 Brakes - Brake Disc Refinishing Guideline
SN030508 05/01/2003 Audio Unit - Electronically Retrieving Serial Numbers
SN030510 05/01/2003 Audio Unit - Models Which Are Electronically Retrieval
SN030502 05/01/2003 Clearing DTCs & Setting ECM/PCM With The HDS
01-008 04/29/2003 Body - Driver Window Won't Go All The Way Down
00-049 04/29/2003 Antitheft System - Type 2 System Operation/Programming
SN030418 04/01/2003 Odometer - Does It Rack Up Miles When Towed
SN030407 04/01/2003 DTC's P0133 & P0420 Set After Manual Trans R&R
03-023 04/01/2003 Body - Convertible Top Creaks/Pops/Rattles on Rough Road
03-020 03/29/2003 Engine Controls/Emissions - OBD II DTC's & Monitors
03-012 02/18/2003 Interior - Center Console Lifts Up in the Back
SN030205 02/01/2003 SRS - Indicator ON with No SRS DTC Set
03-001 01/28/2003 Emissions/Engine Controls - MIL ON/DTC P1457 (EVAP)
96-012 07/05/2000 A/C - System Performance Testing

MY2004
Number Date Title
88-023 04/19/2006 Electrical - Battery Test Procedure/Equipment
01-077 04/19/2006 Ignition/Locks - Cutting Sidewinder-Type Keys
03-014 02/07/2006 Body - Convertible Top Cover Snap is Broken
05-009 01/12/2006 M/T - Pops Out of 1st or 2nd Gear
02-065 10/28/2005 Body - Convertible Top Won't Work Properly
01-023 09/20/2005 Computers/Controls - Module/Control Unit Updating
SN050600-011 06/01/2005 A/C - Heater Blows Cold Air, A/C Blows Warm Air
01-100 05/13/2005 M/T - Pops Out of 4th Gear
SN050508 05/01/2005 Exhaust System - Catalytic Converter Noise
SN050506 05/01/2005 Wind Noise - Simple Way To Replicate
SN050416 04/01/2005 Engine - Falters/No Power/Won't Rev Over 7000 RPM
SN050407 04/01/2005 A/T - Do Not Remove Torque Converter From Mainshaft
SN050418 04/01/2005 Body - Plastic Body Clip Removal Tips
SN050314 03/01/2005 A/T - Fixing Banjo Bolt Leaks
SN050316 03/01/2005 Engine Controls - Clearing DTC's
SN050311 03/01/2005 Windshield Wipers - Blade Care & Replacement
SN050202 02/01/2005 A/T - Avoiding Fluid Contamination
SN050206 02/01/2005 Engine Controls - DTC P0172
SN050215 02/01/2005 Audio System - Never Play CD's With Adhesive Labels
SN050105 01/01/2005 Suspension - Creak/Grunt From Rear At Low Speeds
SN050109 01/01/2005 Engine - Oil Recommendation GF-4 Standard
04-073 12/02/2004 Engine Controls - Hesitation on Hard Acceleration
SN041204 12/01/2004 Fuel Filler Cap Adapter Available For Testing Emissions
SN041206 12/01/2004 Dashboard Switch Not Lit,? Replace Bulb, Not Switch
SN040915 09/01/2004 Driver's Air Bag - Replace Torx Bolts Properly
SN040903 09/01/2004 Popping From Front Wheel Upper Control Arm Mount
00-064 08/03/2004 Body - Deformed Windshield Moulding
02-052 07/16/2004 Restraints - Occupant Detection Initialization
SN040310 03/01/2004 ABS - Grunts When Doing A Self-Check
SN040308 03/01/2004 M/T - Grinding At Upshifts When Cold
98-011 02/20/2004 Keyless Entry - Remote Transmitter Information
04-009 02/17/2004 Computers/Controls - HIM Module Updating
SN040215 02/01/2004 ABS DTC 51 Or 53 - Diagnostic Tip
SN040211 02/01/2004 Speedo/Odometer Read Excessive Speed & Distance
SN040214 02/01/2004 Headlight Adjustments
SN040203 02/01/2004 Clutch Pedal Is Noisy or Feels Notchy
SN040111 01/01/2004 Engine Oil Recommendations
SN040106 01/01/2004 Nose Mask Installation Tips
SN031107 11/01/2003 Blower (Heater) Motor Gets Hot and Blows A Fuse
SN031106 11/01/2003 Air Fresheners - Bad News For Paint Or Plastic
03-065 09/23/2003 Paint - 2004 Paint Codes
SN030915 09/01/2003 Suspension - Drifting & Pulling At Highway Speeds
SN030813 08/01/2003 Interior & Exterior Trim - Tool To Make Removal A Snap
SN030502 05/01/2003 Clearing DTCs & Setting ECM/PCM With The HDS
96-012 07/05/2000 A/C - System Performance Testing

MY2005
Number Date Title
88-023 04/19/2006 Electrical - Battery Test Procedure/Equipment
01-077 04/19/2006 Ignition/Locks - Cutting Sidewinder-Type Keys
03-014 02/07/2006 Body - Convertible Top Cover Snap is Broken
05-009 01/12/2006 M/T - Pops Out of 1st or 2nd Gear
02-065 10/28/2005 Body - Convertible Top Won't Work Properly
01-023 09/20/2005 Computers/Controls - Module/Control Unit Updating
SN050600-011 06/01/2005 A/C - Heater Blows Cold Air, A/C Blows Warm Air
SN050508 05/01/2005 Exhaust System - Catalytic Converter Noise
SN050506 05/01/2005 Wind Noise - Simple Way To Replicate
SN050416 04/01/2005 Engine - Falters/No Power/Won't Rev Over 7000 RPM
SN050407 04/01/2005 A/T - Do Not Remove Torque Converter From Mainshaft
SN050418 04/01/2005 Body - Plastic Body Clip Removal Tips
SN050314 03/01/2005 A/T - Fixing Banjo Bolt Leaks
SN050316 03/01/2005 Engine Controls - Clearing DTC's
SN050311 03/01/2005 Windshield Wipers - Blade Care & Replacement
SN050202 02/01/2005 A/T - Avoiding Fluid Contamination
SN050206 02/01/2005 Engine Controls - DTC P0172
SN050215 02/01/2005 Audio System - Never Play CD's With Adhesive Labels
05-001 01/28/2005 Paint - 2005 Paint Codes
SN050105 01/01/2005 Suspension - Creak/Grunt From Rear At Low Speeds
SN050109 01/01/2005 Engine - Oil Recommendation GF-4 Standard
04-073 12/02/2004 Engine Controls - Hesitation on Hard Acceleration
SN030502 05/01/2003 Clearing DTCs & Setting ECM/PCM With The HDS

MY2006
Number Date Title
NHTSA06V270000 07/25/2006 Recall 06V270000: Incorrect NHTSA Contact Information
88-023 04/19/2006 Electrical - Battery Test Procedure/Equipment
03-014 02/07/2006 Body - Convertible Top Cover Snap is Broken
02-065 10/28/2005 Body - Convertible Top Won't Work Properly
01-023 09/20/2005 Computers/Controls - Module/Control Unit Updating

MY2007
NONE RELEASED


Y lo que estaba buscando cuando me topé con lo anterior:

Soluciones a problemas reportados por Honda y los usuarios (SOME PROBLEMS / SOLUTIONS REPORTED BY HONDA & BY OWNERS):

http://clubhondaspir...onda-by-owners/

Resumen de los temas:

SOME PROBLEMS / SOLUTIONS REPORTED BY HONDA & BY OWNERS

The majority of owners have not experienced any major problems with the Honda S2000. Given the demands put on such a car, it's a testimony to its reliability. However, every car has some problems to sort out and the S2000 is no exception. Please keep in mind Technical Service Bulletins (TSB's) are not considered a Recall. Their purpose is to provide a source of more information for dealers.
The following is from The Center for Auto Safety (founded in 1970 by Consumers Union and Ralph Nader) : "When its cars have defects, Honda often uses secret warranties under which only consumers who complain loudly get reimbursement. Look for the code phrase 'Any repair performed after warranty expiration may be eligible for goodwill consideration by the District Service Manager' in Honda Technical Service Bulletins to indicate the possible existence of a secret warranty."

The following are some of the reported problems and solutions as reported by Honda and by owners:

1 SHIFTING
A number of owners, especially the early years, reported either a notchy feeling or actual grinding when shifting in the lower gears since the car was introduced. Others report it is the smoothest shifter ever.

2 WINDSHIELD MOLDING
Technical Service Bulletin 00-064 (Body) for Deformed Windshield Molding. This revision updates applicability to include '01 S2000's.

3 CONVERTIBLE TOP NOISE
Technical Service Bulletin 01-037 (Body) for Wind Noise or Rattle at the Convertible Top. For all '00 and '01 S2000's, replace convertible top strikers with hardtop strikers.

4 CONVERTIBLE TOP LOOSE
Technical Service Bulletin 00-064 (Body), Convertible Top Cover Comes Loose. For all '00 and '01 S2000's, adjust the convertible top lowered position stops.

5 CLUTCH SPRINGS
Some owners report Buzzing while slowing down.

6 SEAT BELT RECALLS
There are numerous Technical Service Bulletin's on Seatbelt related issues for certain '00 S2000's.

7 OIL CONSUMPTION
Honda has asked it dealers to Tell Customers About S2000 Oil Consumption.

8 ENGINE FAILURE IN #4 CYLINDER
A small number of owners, approximately three dozen are known, report major engine failure due to the #4 Cylinder Scoring.

9 DRIVERS WINDOW AUTO DOWN MALFUNCTION
Technical Service Bulletin 01-008 for Driver's Window – the Auto Down not operating properly.

10 WATER LEAKING ONTO CARPET (AIR-CONDITIONING)Technical Service Bulletin 00-083 for Air-conditioning Leaks Onto Passenger's Carpet.

11 DIFFERENTIAL
A small number of owners claim the car has a Weak Differential; other's argue it's how it's driven and not the car.

12 BUMP STEER
Some owners report the suspension has Poor Bump Steer Tendencies; other's argue it's how it's driven and not the car.

13 SNAP OVERSTEER
Some owners report the suspension has Snap Oversteer Tenancies; other's argue it's how it's driven and not the car.

14 PAINT PEELING
A small number of owners report Paint Peeling or scrapping off where bumper and body meet.

15 LOOSE SPARK PLUGS
A small number of owners report major engine failure due to Loose Spark Plugs.is free of charge.

16 OIL FILLER CAP OFF
A number of owners report the Oil Filter Cap Vibrating Off if not tighten down good.

17 LOOSE OIL FILTER
And a small number of owners report finding the Oil Filter Loose.

18 FENDERS DENT EASILY
Some owner's report caution should be used when performing engine or transmission work on the S2000's as the Fenders Are Susceptible To Small Dents if the mechanic is not careful.

19 OIL DIP STICK POPPING UP
Some owner's report finding the Dip Stick Has Popped Up, thus allowing oil to be blown out into the engine compartment.

20 SHIFTING DIFFICULTIES WHEN COLD
Owner's report Shifting Difficulties When Cold, i.e. winter time.

21 SPRING SPACERS USED IN SHIPMENT NOT REMOVED
Several owner's have discovered the dealership Did Not Remove Spring Spacers placed in the suspension during shipment.

22 WINDSHIELD PITTING & BREAKAGE
Several owner's report the aerodynamics of the car seem to make the windshield susceptible to pitting and breakage from stone chips.

23 REAR AXLE NOISE
A small number of owners report Rear Axle Nuts problems.

24 TIRE WEAR
Many owners have reported that the tires will wear out quickly with hard driving, often with less than 8,000 to 10,000 miles.

25 HESITATION AT HIGH RPM (MAP SENSOR)
A small number of owners report hesitation problems at high RPM's, anemic VTEC, etc.

26 BUCKING IN FIRST GEAR (THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR)
A small number of owner report a bucking or jerking problem (sometimes violently) in first gear.

27 TRANSMISSION OIL PUMP
A very small number of owners have experienced gearbox failure related to the oil pump.

28 DASH
A number of owner's report rattles that at first appear to be coming from the dash, which upon closer inspection are coming from the rearview mirror due to screws that have worked loose. Also, there have been complains of bubbles forming on the dash.

29 BANJO OIL JET BOLT (4-hole bolt)
In June 2002 there was a recall initiated in the Netherlands for both loose spark plugs and engine cooling / lubrication.

30 STALLING
A small number of owner's have experienced stalling problems. Example, a warm up engine at a stop light and the idle speed drops below 1,000 rpms. Some of the solutions included replacing the MAP sensor or the battery.

31 TOP FRAME NOISE WHEN DOWN
When the top is down, some owners hear a faint annoying clicking noise from the folded top frame just to left of their head while driving.

32 TOP RETRACTION PROBLEM
A small number of owners report that the top the bar just above the drivers head when the top is in the 'locked' position does not automatically come down correctly and does not stow as low as it should.

33 PART NUMBERS
Confused about part numbers? Woodwork gave us some incite into Honda's numbering system.

34 PREMATURE TOP WEAR
A small number of owners report their tops showing excessive wear and in some cases holes near the upper corners of the rear window.

35 SEAT THEFT
Thieves looking to upgrade their own Honda, such as a Civic, are attracted to the expensive, race-styled seats of the S2000.

36 A-ARM BRACKET
Some Autocrossers who race with R-compound tires report that the severe load under cornering will cause the upper A-Arm bracket to pull from the frame.

37 DIFFERENTIAL FLUID
Per Honda's update to the article they posted in the October '01 issue of ServiceNews, you may replace the differential with any SAE 75-90 or 80-90 viscosity hypoid gear oil that's classified GL5 or GL6, not just SAE 90.


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Escrito 21 mayo 2012 - 16:05:08

Funcionamiento y problemas con la alarma (no suena a pesar de que se dispara):
http://clubhondaspir...c/90170-alarma/
Edit: Añado un post donde se menciona un botón detrás de una tapa bajo la columna de dirección que ha solucionado el problema de que el sensor de microondas no dispare la alarma (muchas gracias, RubenSR!):
http://clubhondaspir...a/#entry1949996

Y un documento que ha encontrado Yayo:

http://clubhondaspir... - AII26327.pdf


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Escrito 28 junio 2012 - 14:28:53

Descifrar el VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):

http://clubhondaspir...o/#entry1270758

Bueno, he encontrado varias cosas sobre el VIN. Joer... no paro de aprender cosas nuevas!!! Imagen Enviada

1) Esto:
http://forums.s2kca....ead.php?t=22436
The VIN for our car and any car after 1981 is a 17 character code. This post deals with only the S2000.

1. J (manufactured, Japan)
2. H (manufacturer, Honda)
3. M (passenger car, made in Japan)
4-6. AP1/AP2 (chassis)
7. 1 (coupe+manual transmission)
8. 4 (grade)
9. 6 (check digit)
10. Y, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 (model year, y=2000, 1=2001, etc)
11. T, S (manufacturing plant, T=Tochigi, S=Suzuka)
12-17. Production Number

2) Esto otro:
For the S2000 (2000-2003):
JMH AP1 1 4 * Y T 000001

JMH: Manufactured in Japan by Honda, passenger car
AP1: engine/chasis - S2000/F20C1
1: body/transmission type - 2 door convertible/six speed manual
4: vehicle grade/series - base model
*: check digit
Y: model year (Y = 2000; 1 = 2001; 2 = 2002; 3 = 2003)
T: factory - Tochigi
000001: serial number (U.S. = 000001 and up; Canada = 800001 and up)
Engine Number:
F02C1 - 1000001 =
2.0 L DOHC VTEC Sequential Multiport Fuel injection engine;
serial no. 1000001 and up = 2000 (Canada is 1100001 and up); 1010001 and up = 2001 (Canada is 1110001 and up); 1020001 and up = 2002 (Canada is 111002 and up); 1040001 and up = 2003 (Canada is 1130001 and up)
Transmission Number:
SCYM - 1000001 =
6 speed manual;
serial no. 1000001 and up = 2000 and 2001
serial no. 2000001 and up = 2002 and 2003
Paint Codes:
NH-547 = Berlina Black
NH-565 = Grand Prix White
NH-630M = Silverstone Metallic (U.S. only in 2003)
R-510 = New Formula Red
B-66P = Monte Carlo Blue Pearl (Canada only)
Y-52P = Spa Yellow (2001 MY and 2003 MY, U.S. only in 2003)
B-513M = Nuerburgring Blue Metallic (2002 MY, Canada only)
NH-552M = Sebring Silver Metallic
Y-52P = Indy Yellow Pearl (2002 MY, U.S. only)
B-513M = Suzuka Blue Metallic (2003 MY, U.S. only)

3) Ejemplo de un VIN real de un S2000 del 2001 (AP1):
JHMAP114X1T002280
Tal y como dice Deibit, hay que mirar el décimo dígito.
Muchas gracias a Deibit, nuestra enciclopedia del S2000 con patas!!!
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Escrito 30 junio 2012 - 20:16:23

El elevalunas de la ventanilla del copiloto deja de funcionar de forma "misteriosa":
http://clubhondaspir...788-elevalunas/

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Escrito 10 julio 2012 - 09:16:46

Desgaste irregular de cubiertas (delanteras) y alineación para evitarlo:
http://clubhondaspir...e-de-cubiertas/

UK Settings para alineaciones a partir de un boletín interno de Honda en el manual de taller 2000-2003:
http://clubhondaspir...20#entry1931939

Y un artículo, para variar, perfecto, del señor Rob Robinette:
http://robrobinette....00Alignment.htm

Lo acabo de guardar en formatos XPS y PDF por si la web se cierra:
http://clubhondaspir...b Robinette.xps
http://clubhondaspir...inette.com).pdf

 

Muchas gracias por la sugerencia, Natxete!


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Escrito 13 julio 2012 - 10:33:18

Blog sobre el Honda S2000 en ClubHondaspirit:
http://clubhondaspir.../5-honda-s2000/

Índice, sugerencias y comentarios:
http://clubhondaspir...el-honda-s2000/

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Escrito 16 julio 2012 - 10:44:47

Apretar tuerca de la punta del palier (buje) para quitar ruidos en la transmisión:
...

Lo mismo para problemas con el eje delantero. Esta vez, cambiar el rodamiento del eje delantero:
http://clubhondaspir...ecomendaciones/

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Escrito 19 julio 2012 - 11:21:55

Mantener los mandos originales de la consola (salpicadero) al cambiar la radio del coche usando el arnés de Modifry (DCI):
http://clubhondaspir...-en-la-consola/

 

Edit: Añado ésto por aquí:

http://www.sportcarc...topic.php?t=940

 

Edit 2: Y el Autoleads PC99-X61 Honda Steering Wheel Interface Adaptor - Steering Wheel Control (SWC) que ha encontrado ManelM (muchas gracias!) ya que el Modifry parece, ya, no estar disponible:

http://clubhondaspir...onde-conseguir/


Editado por Storm, 22 julio 2015 - 09:43:31.


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Escrito 25 julio 2012 - 10:47:01

Varios temas relacionados con la Capota:

-Sustituir los Tirantes de Tela de la Capota que hacer que se Pliegue Completamente al Bajarla. Problema:
 

Improperly folded top where it sticks up several inches:

top_bad.jpg

 

Correctly folded top where it folds almost out of view

top_good.jpg

 

http://clubhondaspir...-bulletins-tsb/
http://www.s2ki.com/...-open-properly/
http://www.s2ki.com/...2-065/index.htm
http://clubhondaspir...y (A02-065).pdf

Boletin%201d2.jpg

Boletin%202d2.jpg

http://clubhondaspir...onda-by-owners/
 

32 TOP RETRACTION PROBLEM
A small number of owners report that the top the bar just above the drivers head when the top is in the 'locked' position does not automatically come down correctly and does not stow as low as it should. It appears the center bar with the elastic retract bands attached is not moving far enough after during retraction. One dealership suggested undoing the bands and making them tighter as a fix. Another dealership replaced the elastic bands. The 3-hour job involved drilling out the old rivets and replacing the rivets and bands. The part numbers are: # 624403 w-rivet, # 624419 w-band, and # 624420 w-band set, plate.

 

Solución:

http://clubhondaspir...-capota-blanda/
http://clubhondaspir...s/#entry1685187
http://www.modifry.c...ctf/details.htm

Este último link en PDF:
http://clubhondaspir...Fix Details.pdf

Edit: Modifry ha cambiado su web. Vuelvo a subir las fotos y un PDF que tiene ahora:

http://clubhondaspir...nstallation.pdf

Ven por qué guardo TODO en nuestro FTP?!?

-Cambiar Capota para Montar una con Ventanilla Trasera de Cristal en vez de Plástica:
http://clubhondaspir...ana-de-cristal/
En PDF: http://clubhondaspir...Pradejonero.pdf
http://clubhondaspir...-la-lona-del-s/
http://clubhondaspir...s/#entry1687269
http://s2000.com/for...ack-window.html
http://clubhondaspir...ana-de-cristal/
http://www.s2ki.com/...-a-robbins-top/

PDF encontrado en este último link:

http://www.s2ki.com/...3-023/index.htm
En PDF:
http://clubhondaspir...Rough Roads.pdf

Constant Clicking Noise From Front Roof Area:
http://www.s2ki.com/...licking__st__25"]http://www.s2ki.com/...licking__st__25
En PDF:
http://clubhondaspir...t Roof Area.pdf

Rattle From The Soft Top Does a fix exist???
http://www.s2ki.com/...m-the-soft-top/"]http://www.s2ki.com/...m-the-soft-top/
En PDF:
http://clubhondaspir...he Soft Top.pdf

Official Found a Rattle Thread:
http://www.s2ki.com/...-rattle-thread/

 

Artículo sobre la Capota en S2ki:

http://www.s2ki.com/...e-you-to-tears/


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Escrito 30 julio 2012 - 14:29:41

Distribución de los Foreros por Zonas con Idea de Hacer Rutas con el S: Mapa y listado de los foreros por zonas.
http://clubhondaspir...rutas-con-el-s/

Editado por Storm, 30 julio 2012 - 14:30:56.


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Escrito 27 agosto 2012 - 15:08:05

Cambio de filtro (de aire) del habitáculo:
http://clubhondaspir...-de-habitaculo/
Brico en PDF:
http://clubhondaspir... Habitáculo.pdf

Editado por Storm, 27 agosto 2012 - 15:32:30.


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Escrito 28 agosto 2012 - 15:20:59

Un par de temas que se habían quedado fuera del FAQ:

-Cambio del Filtro de Gasolina:
http://clubhondaspir...ro-de-gasolina/

-Cambio de Filtro de Aire de la Admisión:
http://clubhondaspir...de-la-admision/

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Escrito 31 agosto 2012 - 11:55:30

Resetear centralita para quitar testigo (luz) de SRS:
http://clubhondaspir...quitar-luz-srs/

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Escrito 04 septiembre 2012 - 14:47:55

Regular altura de las luces de cruce de xenon:
http://clubhondaspir...s/#entry1943707

Alehop!
Tenemos que hacerle algo parecido hoy a un amigo en su furgo y quiero aprovechar para poner el mío perfecto.
Ok, lo que he encontrado:

http://www.s2ki.com/...ts/page__st__25

Posted 03 July 2006 - 09:28 AM

As per the S2000 manual:
Park the car on level ground, 25 feet away from the vertical wall. Measure the exact height of the center of the headlight lens. Go to the wall and use that measurement. The lights should reflect 52mm (2.1") BELOW the headlight height. So yes, the S2000 beam should be going "down".


http://www.s2ki.com/...adjusting-hids/

Posted 15 January 2006 - 07:47 PM

Seems there's a big misconception about the s2k HID's. One headlight is not lower on the drivers side, they are both the same. Each headlight has a built-in low-left/high-right diffuser. Take a look at my quickie pic. The red line is light cast from the left light, and the blue line is from the right.
I have misadjusted the headlights on the wall so you can see how it works.
To make the head lights perfect, you must raise one or lower the other, so the patterns are right on top of each other. Note the pic marked "correct". That's how you get that nice white defined line as you pass buildings and stuff.
Once you pull up to a nice wall, walk in front of each headlight and block them one at a time. You will be able to distinguish each pattern from each light, and decide which one to raise, or which one to lower.
NOW....once they are level, them you can bring both down or up equally to adjust for oncomming traffic.
Maybe archive this one :)

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Posted 07 February 2006 - 11:02 AM

25 feet away from the wall. The top part of the light on the wall should be 2.1" lower than the centerpoint of our headlights measuring from the ground up.

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Bingo! A probarlo y al FAQ!


PDF:
http://clubhondaspir...ce de Xenon.pdf

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Escrito 07 septiembre 2012 - 11:15:44

Necesidad del Reglaje de Válvulas:
http://clubhondaspir...je-de-valvulas/

Edit: Reglaje de válvulas por Ka2000:

http://clubhondaspir...-lo-he-currado/


Editado por Storm, 22 marzo 2014 - 19:32:59.


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Escrito 17 septiembre 2012 - 15:40:57

Programar mando a distancia (al parecer, los americanos comprados por eBay no funcionan en coches européos):
http://clubhondaspir...ando-para-el-s/
http://clubhondaspir...do-a-distancia/

http://clubhondaspir...do-de-repuesto/

 

Edit: Aporte de SrK (muchas gracias!):

http://clubhondaspir...-2#entry2135475

 

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