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rack and pinions steering rack or
do you mean
crank as in crank shaft ?
pinion as in differential pinion

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How remove the crank and pinion on 1999 honda passport


Might want to verify what is it that you are taking off. No such thing as a crank and pinion. If you are having problems with your steering, then you are talking about the rack and pinion.

I would recommend that you go to youtube.com and ask your question there. Another good web site is: 1aauto.com

Goo luck

Dec 23, 2016 | 1999 Honda Passport

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I saw the answer about the breaking flexplate on Honda passport and mine is the same but I have a salvaged transmission from izuzu do I still need to make sure I have a factory Honda starter to correc


you will have to check the teeth count on the flex plate as there may be a mismatch with the starter pinion. replace any broken rods for the transmission If the starter physically fits then there are different starter pinions available with the correct no of teeth for the plate.

Jan 19, 2015 | 1999 Honda Passport

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Pinion shaft removal


point to area on car, is this the clutch?
3000 parts on car, and many pinions, pick one.

my motto:
NO YEAR
NO MODEL
No engine. (or transmission type, if that is in question)
NO HELP (or your joy)

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Which hose goes into what port of a 99 honda passport rack and pinion assembly?


aiuto parts store can tell you which is feed and which is return....

Sep 04, 2012 | 1999 Honda Passport

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1995 honda passport rearend singing


side carrier bearings in side rear end that is do to leak of rear end oil due to bearing small leaking from pinion seal, ps check (side to side bearings , will not make sing at low speeds only high way speeds above 55 or more,

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How do you determine the ratio, when replacing the rear end of a1999 honda passport v6 four wheel drive.


The ratio is normaly printed on an identification tag fitted to the differential ie. 9.3-1 In other words your pinion turns 9.3 times for everytime your crown wheel turns once. if the differential is open you can also determine it by counting the teeth on the crown wheel as well as the pinion and deviding the pinions amount of teeth with the crown wheels.

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2001 Passport transmission, rack and pinion replaced at 65K miles


Let's start with some facts. Honda, until 2006, didn't build any "trucks". Your Honda Passport actually began life in the Isuzu Rodeo assembly line. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, just no what you were expecting.
Isuzu makes very reliable trucks, but I think you've just had a run of bad luck. My 95 Isuzu Rodeo was retired after 275,000 miles, but only because some moron rear-ended me very severely, and it wasn't worth repairing, body-wise.
My 5-speed manual needed to be replaced at about 240,000, but the V-6 engine had never been cracked open for any major work. It did, however, have a somewhat loose rack/pinion.

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