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How to change head gasket on 2006 honda pilot

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SOURCE: head gasket

take ur head to a machine shop get it checked for cracks and get the valve seals changed and that should probally help the oil burnin problem

Posted on Jul 08, 2008

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SOURCE: 2006 Honda Pilot oil change light

pre the trip button and hold it down then turn the key to the on position...should work for you

Posted on Jun 05, 2009

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SOURCE: problem removing rear wiper on 2006 honda pilot

You can't replace the wiper. But Parts department at any Honda dealer should sell the replacement blade (just the rubber part). I believe it was under $10. Good luck!

Posted on Aug 10, 2009

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SOURCE: changing door skin for front passenger side door

The skin is only spot welded in a few spots other then that is just a sealer all around the skin holding it and protecting it at the seam.
Remove the door and inner panel.
Drilled out the few spot welds.
Wire wheeled the exposed sealer around skin on the inside door jamb.
Use scraper to slowly work the folded edge up 90 degrees.(anything slim and small would work)
(With the old one you could just grind the edge off.)
Carefully pulled skin off.
Few minutes of dolly and hammering around the now new door skin lip to create a perfect 90 degree shape all around with the edge just peeled up.
Apply sealant to new door shell edge.
Slide skin on and in exact location needed.
Clamp skin all the way around.
Remove a few clams on one side, start hammer and dolling extra lip back around the shell lip, when done put clamps back on, and keep going down the line in this order.
Let clams sit as long as the sealer you have used suggests.
Reinstall door. Read more at http://www.honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=2474146&ktrack=kcplink

Posted on Dec 04, 2010

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SOURCE: how to change cabin air filter 2006 honda pilot

check you manual for location should be in you glove box area

Posted on Dec 05, 2010

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2006 HONDA PILOT OIL PAN REMOVAL


IS HARD TO DO THE JOB ON THE DRIVEWAY BUT I WILL GIVE YOU SOME DIRECTIONS.
DISCONNECT THE BATTERY
RISE THE VEHICLE AND DRAIN THE OIL
REMOVE THE EXHAUST PIPE FROM CAT.CONVERTER.
REMOVE THE SMALL CAP FROM TRANSMISSION LOWER SIDE COVERING THE FLEX PLATE.
REMOVE THE BOLTS FROM THE OIL PAN .
CLEAN THE GASKET FROM PAN AND ENGINE.
INSPECT THE OIL STRAINER AND CLEAN.
REPLACE THE GASKET AND INSTALL 4 BOLT TO FIX TO THE PAN IN POSITION.
INSTALL THE PAN AND DRIVE HALF WAY THE 4 BOLT.
INSTALL THE REST OF YOUR BOLTS AND TIGHT SLOWLY .
REPEAT IN 3 STEPS TIL TIGHT.
IF YOU SEE THE GASKET START TO BLOW OUT OF THE PAN, STOP. IF YOU OVER TIGHT WILL BRAKE THE GASKET AND WILL LEAK.
GOOD LUCK

Apr 23, 2014 | 2006 Honda Pilot

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How much mileage it takes to change the timing belt on Honda pilot 2006


My mileage minder just came up on my 2006 Pilot with the code to replacing the belt on my next oil change and I'm at 103,000 miles

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My Honda Pilot is showing a maintenance sign on the dashboard and also 10% oillife. what do these mean?


It is time to change your oil and filters, including the fuel and air filters.

Feb 17, 2011 | 2006 Honda Pilot

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I have a VERY slow radiator leak in a 2006 Pilot (a pint over two months) and my engine light came on recently. The mechanic ran the test and said it was the catalytic converter. Since they can't find...


If your loosing coolant and they can't find out why then it could be a head gasket issue or engine flaw that is allowing coolant into the exhaust. This could ruin a catalytic converter and the 02 sensor. You need to do what was advised.

Jan 14, 2010 | 2006 Honda Pilot

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How do I tighten the latch for the rear hatch of my 2006 Honda Pilot? It's loose and it squeaks when I go over bumps...


two torx headed bolts in teh floor,hold the lower part of the lock ,slacken and move a bit to the front

Oct 17, 2009 | 2006 Honda Pilot

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2006 Honda Pilot - Road Noise - not tires.


the tires make steady noise , check the wheel bearing as noises get high and low at the same speed , and i also would check for diff if it's 4wd.

Jul 16, 2009 | 2006 Honda Pilot

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2006 Honda Pilot oil change light


pre the trip button and hold it down then turn the key to the on position...should work for you

Jun 05, 2009 | 2006 Honda Pilot

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2006 honda pilot


Go back to the shop where you get the oil change, they should reset it there at no cost, you dont need to hook up a computer to reset it.

Oct 19, 2008 | 2006 Honda Pilot

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VTM rear differential Liquid needed at how many miles


The diff fluid is only changed if the diff needs repair, or if you suspect water has entered it, check it on a regular basis for leaks and if you think water has gotten in through the vent.

Oct 09, 2008 | 2006 Honda Pilot

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