Question about Honda Accord
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 Honda Accord Coupe
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DISASSEMBLY 1. Remove the suction pipe and the O-ring from the oil pump.
2. Remove the rear cover with the gasket and pins. 3. Remove the cam ring. 4. Remove the rotor and vanes. 5. Remove the front side plate.
6. Remove the inner and outer O-ring. 7. Remove the spring. When assembling, use a new gasket and O-ring.
8. Remove the pulley nut with the spring washer. 9. Pull off the pulley and the woodruff key. 10. Remove the snap ring using snap ring pliers. 11. Drive out the pulley shaft with the bearing. If necessary, use plastic hammer
Posted on May 30, 2008
there is a hub and a bearing assembly...usually you need to press the bearings into that hub...need a press to push out the old and press in the new...i replaced mine last year by going to the junkyard and taking out the hub and bearing assembly and just putting the whole thing into my car...much simpler..plus you learn how it goes together by taking it out in the boneyard..no press needed...plus if its genuine honda parts from a honda..(you can match the markings) its likely to be a very good part for a long time. Being used isn't always a bad thing as far as honda parts are concerned.This is from my own experience hope this helps you.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
use a eyeglass flat screww driver to pry the clock assembly up and out , disconnect the clock assembly and remove the bulb by twisting the the blue or sometimes grey round plastic bulb bottom to remove it from the assembly. install new bulb , twist clockwise to lock in place , reinstall assembly
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
SOURCE: grease fittings front end
certain durangos, have the fittings on the ends of the tie rods, and the ball joints, but it is different for 2 wheel drive and 4 wheel drive models... if you do not see the grease fittings on the ball joints, or the tie rods that means they can not be greased... check the boots on them tho, if there is any tearing, or the boot is missing or broken in any way, that part will need to be taken out and replaced...if the suspension part has no grease fitting in place, this indicates it is sealed and doesn't require periodic lubrication
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
SOURCE: grease leaking from front end
Is that grease or oil leaking from the remote oil filter. It's common for the oil lines to leak from the remote oil filter, the other thing to is when you have the engine oil and filter changed, come service tech will not clean up after replacing the filter and the residual oil will run down that area. Have a look under the bumper on the drivers side, there's a door there that can be opened by a screw driver or quarter. Open the door and check to see if the oil filter is leaking, if the oil filter was put on to tight. It know for the oil seal not to seal properly and may start to leak and the filter will need to be replaced. The other things around there that would leak is the front differential where the CV joints connects to the pumpkin (differential) and the power steering lines to the steering box. Good luck and check the oil filter first, keep me posted.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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