Question about 2008 Honda Fit Automatic
Need step by step on how to replace coils on my honda fit 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the cylinder is not working because of spark a coil may solve the problem. If the cylinder is not working because of compression, it may be a bad valve intake or exhaust bad piston rings etc. A guide to go by is when you check the compression with a compression guage. The difference shouldn't be more than 10 psi between each. Good Luck
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
you change the clutch on the end with no problem ,just the nut in the middle then underneath is some more bolts if i remember correctly ,i had two of these clutches laying around and i would have sent you both as they worked but i had a clear up about a week ago and threw them in the scrap bin.same model with a 4 cyl engine and the compressor had a snail cam type mechanism to pressure up the gas which is not a very good system as they wear out too quick and they are over a 1000euros and only available from honda .
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
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