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Your local auto store will have a product called " engine flush ", you add it to the engine oil drive the car for a few miles and then change the oil and filter, the flush will have cleaned/removed all the sludge etc during the drive and all should be good,

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It has been some time since I looked at a Honda, but it is usually quite easy to identify the thermostat housing. It is a dome shaped fitting where the top radiator hose is connected to the cylinder head.

This fitting is bolted down with either two or more likely three bolts.

Undo the three bolts, then carefully separate the thermo housing from the cylinder head using quite a bit of force.

Carefully, because it is made of cast aluminium, but it is also stuck down with gasket sealer and lots of heat from the engine - it normally takes a hard smack on the flange or a flat object such as a screwdriver wedged between the flange and the head to loosen it.

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A few things could have happen,
1 you overheated and blew the head gasket and now the oil in mixing with the anti-freeze,
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Need to replace starter and cannot get to bolts to undo - what can i do to get this done myself

Space to turn the bolts is sometimes restricted - requiring a special tool to get it to mount properly.

Clean bolt heads with WD40 or penetrating oil to get at the thread inside. Leave it for a few hours then try again.

If the engine can be started - let the engine housing heat up for a bit and try again.

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How to replace engine air filter in 2001 honda odyssey

The air cleaner element is inside the air cleaner housing on the driver's side of the engine compartment.
To replace it:
1. Remove the two pins holding the air intake cover by pulling the head on each pin. Remove the air intake cover.
2. Loosen the four bolts by using a Phillips-head screwdriver.
3. Disconnect the clip from the bolt on the air cleaner housing, then remove the air cleaner housing cover.
4. Remove the old air cleaner element.
5. Carefully clean the inside of the air cleaner housing with a damp rag
(The coolant lines inside the air cleaner housing may be warm. Do not open the hot air valve when cleaning the inside of the air cleaner housing)
6. Place the new air cleaner element in the air cleaner housing.
7. Reinstall the air cleaner housing cover. Reinstall the clip on the bolt; make sure the clip is under the washer. Tighten the four bolts.
8. Reinstall the air intake cover. Reinstall the two pins and secure them by pushing on the heads until they lock.

Hope this helps you through the process.

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Just replaced a head gasket on a 98 honda crv. It still overheats but there is no oil in the water so the head leak is fixed. What could be wrong??

When this happens with any car you should have your radiator cleaned, replace the water pump and resurface the head, dont forget to replace the thermostat too.

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Clean the inside of the head lamp lens and replace bulb

If the inside of the headlight assembly is getting dirty, it means that you have a crack or opening in it some where.

Replacing the bulb is just a matter of taking the bulb socket out of the housing (usually a 1/4 turn, and remove). Make sure not to touch the new bulb with your fingers. If you do, clean it off with alcohol before putting it back in. The oil from your fingers can cause the bulb to fail prematurely.

You might want to take it off the car, clean it in the sink, and dry it out, and then look for any damage in the housing. Do not put it back into the car until after it has dried completely.
Depending on the damage, you might be able to repair it, otherwise, you might be looking at replacement.
3rd option would be leave it as it is, and clean as needed.

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