Question about 1994 Honda Accord
It is not easy. You will need a 14mm crowsfoot flare nut wrench (Snap On # FRHM14 at snapon.com, go to the website and type the FRHM14 in the search box at the top left to see it.) a long extension (24in.) and a long handle ratchet. This is done from above, thats why you need the long extension.leave the filter bolted in too break the flare nut loose. Because the flare nut is on the bottom of the filter, you will need to turn the wrench to right. then remove the banjo bolt (17mm), unbolt the filter and reaching down unthread the flare nut. When installing the new filter, thread the flare nut into the filter first, this kind of tricky, you can only get one hand down there. Make sure the flare nut is threaded in by hand until tight, otherwise if you put the wrench on while loose, you can cross-thread the nut. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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