Hi if you have worked on cars before and know a fair bit of what you are doing fine but be warned if you have not then this is not the sort of job you want to be tacklng as it is ackward you need to be strong enough to lift the box in and out and its not just the wieght they need balancing its a messy job if you don,t know what you are doing and its not a small job and if you get it wrong then its a lot of work to do twice not to mention if you don,t get it right it can be expensive best of luck whatever you decide on yates210456
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Disconnect the negative battery cable. If so equipped, disable the Supplemental Restraint System (SRS).
Remove the floor console and the front console panel. On 1984-85 cars, if access to the back of the radio may be gained through other means, such as removing the "pocket" from the console, the console need not be removed.
Radio mounting on 1986-89 Accords
Remove the ashtray and ashtray holder.
On 1986-89 cars:
Remove the coin box, air vents and ashtray lighting bracket.
Remove the dashboard switches on the left and right of the steering wheel.
Lower the steering wheel to its lowest position. Remove the dash visor. This is a large, one-piece assembly which includes the center dash trim. It's plastic; don't break it.
Remove the two screws holding the radio at the rear of the unit.
Carefully push the unit out the front of the dash. When access is gained, disconnect the multi-pin connector and the antenna cable from the unit. Remove the unit.
Reinstall in the reverse order. Take great care not to damage the dash trim and instrument visor. Make certain the connectors are firmly and squarely installed. If applicable, be sure to enable the SRS.
It's fuel infected and it has a vacuum leak, most likely a PCV valve that is stuck open, I've seen a few now. Replace the PCV valve 1st, if that doesn't fix it, start looking for a hose that has come off.
yes it is most likely the crankshaft seal or the camshaft seal the only way to make sure is to pull timing cover using 10 mmm sockets and youll have to remove belts and pulleys using 12mm and 14mm sockets and wrenches and pulley puller also it is not easy but you need to be sure and to replace the seals youll need to remove those anyways. Purchase a repair manual to assist you in this job at local parts store haynes or chiltons will do about $20.00 or so.
Yes, You can rent these tools from Some Larger Auto Supply Chain Stores. I would get it Washed and DeGreased First and make sure that the Leak is Coming from this Point before I tore into it Though. After it is Cleaned up really well, You will be able to Locate the Leak a Lot Easier. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!