Question about 1996 Honda Passport
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Follow this link and you can get the full factory service manual you can also find just the electrical manual on ebay as well. It is a very reasonable price seeing as the money you save on repairs. This is what the dealer mechanics use and is a complete source. if you need any further assistance please let me know. If you found this helpful please rate the solution accordingly.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
SOURCE: how to cange front shocks.?
Raise and support the car safely and remove the front wheels. Undo the clip holding the brake line to the strut. Loosen the bolts holding the strut to the steering knuckle. Before removing them, remove the strut mount tower bolts under the hood. Then remove the other bolts, the entire strut assembly will slide out. You can either install a complete new strut and spring assembly (more expensive), or you can use a coil spring compressor to remove the spring from the old strut and install it on a new strut (less expensive but a lot more work, and you must have access to a spring compressor). Make sure when installing the spring that it is aligned correctly on the new strut. Also, you should replace the strut mounts with new ones. Be aware that a compressed spring is very dangerous, so be sure to follow the instructions for the spring compressor. Re-install the strut assembly. Make sure that the knuckle bolts and strut mount bolts are torqued to spec.
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
Put the parking brake On and jack up the front of your SUV.
Remove the lug nuts and you will be able to remove the tire and rimm by sliding them off.Remove the spindle bolt located at the center of the rotor using an 36 mm socket(approx).
Remove the two nuts located behind the rotor (one at top and other at the bottom). This will enable you to remove the brake caliper.While removing it be careful that the caliper tube stays straight.
Slide under your passport and remove the 4 bolts behind the hub using an 12 mm(approx) wrench.Pull the hub assembly out and this will remove the hub rotor in some cases if you are using an tool for pulling the hub assembly out or you have to slide the rotor off the hub assembly.
Slide the new rotor into the hub assembly.Reinstall the brake caliper and make sure the caliper tube is not twisted. Replace the spindle bolt.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
SOURCE: Can I replace the shocks
The way you put this question I'd advise otherwise. Shocks & springs are under a substantial amount of force in which if you don't know what you're doing and unfasten something in correctly with your body in the line of fire where that momentum will travel you can risk serious injury or death. I've seen both from unskilled attempts. If you choose to do it yourself I'd recommend a chilton's or haynes service manual for your vehicle which has pictures to specifically walk you through.
Posted on Apr 28, 2011
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