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Jan 8, 2009 - I hope its just a bolt on thing like B and D tranny. Any help would be great. .... The 2.3l four banger from the accord or cl will fit the v6 j30 engine. Is that rite? ... Do not buy a '97 to '99 3.0CL transmission and expect it to work in yourAccord. It will bolt up to the .... Honda 1998-1999 Accord - (3.0L V6) - B7XA
Depends on what you call easy and if you are mechanically inclined. First jack up the vehicle, remove the tire, remove the inner fender cover to accessthe balancer pulley. remove the drive belts, remove the crankshaft bolt and the remove the pulley. Then remove the bolts holding the lower timing cover in place. Install in reverse order. Average time to replace the cover is about 2 hours.
If your having issues removing the crank pulley bolt you can get a special tool from snap on tools.It slides inside the pulley and holds it in place so you can break the bolt loose.Once the bolt is removed the pulley will slide off.
You should be able to remove some 10 mm bolts from the timing belt cover and pry the cover out of the way enough to see the timing belt. Have an assistant crank the engine and look for movement of the belt. If you cannot get the cover off, remove the valve cover and look for movement. Don't crank the engine too long with the valve cover off, as you make make an oily mess, especially if the engine fires and starts.