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Replace front rotors on honda passport 4x4 - Passport Honda Cars & Trucks

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    how to change front rotors for 1993 honda prelude

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after removing the wheel &caliper depending on rust build up you may need to hit the rotor between the wheel studs this may take some time after removal check for rust build up on hub remove rust with hammer, sanding&scraping put some anti seize lube around hub making sure no rust is caught in between depending if you are replacing the pads you have to push the caliper piston back with a large pair of chanel lock pliers or suitable tool,then you can reassemble.thanx from schleck

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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SOURCE: how to fill automatic transmission on '97 Honda Passport 4X4

There is a metal fitting bolt close to the bottom of the transmission. You can unscrew that out and if transmission fluid comes out it's good. If this doesn't occur you'll have to get a pump and pump transmission fluid in it. This is the easiest with a lift of course. Don't you hate stupid Japanese ideas. Good luck man

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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the easiest way is to take off the knuckle loosen the four wheel bearing bolts on the backside of the knuckle and leaving the socket on each bolt use an impact hammer to drive the bearing out then rotate the rotor 1/4 turn and it should pull off. . . you might have to clean up the rust on the bearing with a grinder so the rotor will come off... do NOT take the bearing apart you do not need to. many shops will do this but it is not needed and ruins the bearing as it is a sealed unit not designed to come apart. ( to take the knuckle out take off the caliper and undo the axle nut, top and bottom ball joint and the tie rod end)

Posted on May 24, 2009

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If the rotor is behind the flange then you will need to remove the hub . Its 4wd so remove the bolt and the axle from the hub first.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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Generally the discs should just come off unless they'e rusted themselves on. Some cars have a locking screw but that's unusual (and obvious if it has). Try removing the splash plate from the hub and tapping the disc with a rubber mallet.

Posted on Dec 04, 2009

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Fuel pump wire diagram for 97 passport


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I just got new front rotors and pads replaced on my honda passport...now when i brake it thumps really bad and shakes.


Take it back to the repair shop. It could be that one of the caliper bolts was not tightened properly. This could evolve into a very dangerous situation should the caliper come loose from its' mounting plate.

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Changing front brake rotor on 1995 honda passport


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.

Nov 14, 2010 | 1994 Honda Passport

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Honda passport 1998 problems 4x4 . I have noticed that the 4x4 lights on dash are flashing and when i went to use it i heard a click but the front tires arent taking the 4x4 . the last thing i did was put...


sounds like u are having front drive line problems. the press button 4x4s are not a good idea to have. transfer cases go out very easily. so check front drive line.

Jun 02, 2010 | 1998 Honda Passport

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When engaging manual transfer case into any 4wd spd, dahboard light "4x4" does not come on, and front wheels do not engage. Where should I begin to look for the problem?


1993 passport, it is not good. Had same issue and it cost me $600 bucks. entire rear end had to be replaced as bearing damage too. All done and runs good-but 4wd light does not light , but all works...Buying used combo cost $80 bucks less, than repairing parts and hoping all was ok--best i can do here.

Feb 12, 2010 | 1996 Honda Passport

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95 passport shakes when4x4 is engaged during acceleration


Bad u-joints at front driveline and/or u-joints at axle connection from behind rotors- going into front differential. Need new u-joints at either the driveline front and back (going into differential or to Transfer case) or the Left and Right side axles going into the differential. Put Locking (or "Lock-outs) hubs on front axles... WARN brand are best... about $75 a pair and you can do it yourself, easily.

Dec 28, 2009 | 1995 Honda Passport

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1999 honda passport. clunks when stopping and a


have the rear chunk and front chunk checked out could have slack in gears.

Aug 28, 2009 | 1999 Honda Passport

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99 passport 4x4 tranny question


There is not a dipstick for the automatic transmission on the 1999 Honda Passport. There are two plugs on the bottom of the transmission - the lowest one is the drain plug and the one located higher is the overfill plug. You should have a fluid temperature gauge as it is recommended that the temperature be between 90* F and 135* F when checking fluid level. (I believe you can order from dealer - I have also heard that running the engine for 10-15 min will put you near the proper temperature - to be certain, the temperature gauge is the right way to do it.) Run engine for a few minutes to reach optimum temperature. The vehicle must be on level ground and at idle to properly check fluid level. With proper temperature reached - and engine running at idle - set parking brake - remove the fill plug and add fluid with a syringe or small pump until it just starts to run out of the opening. Do not open the overfill screw with the engine stopped. Replace the fill plug and shift through gears - then remove and repeat one time to achieve proper level.

Jan 17, 2009 | 1999 Honda Passport

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Rear axle is bent


Go-To Car-Part.com
http://www.car-part.com/
Type the year (2000), and make (Honda Passport).
Search for Axle Assy Rear
Ignore 4x4 and focus at 4x2.
You must know the ratio - teeth (41/10 teeth, GT5) or (43/10 teeth, S7C)
(3.2L, 6 cyl, disc), 4x2 (drum brakes), 4.10 ratio (41/10 teeth, GT5)
(3.2L, 6 cyl, disc), 4x2 (drum brakes), 4.30 ratio (43/10 teeth, S7C)
1999 - 2002 Isuzu Rodeo - Honda Passport.
You can get an USED one for $600 plus shipping.
Good Luck.

Jan 04, 2009 | 2000 Honda Passport

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How to fill automatic transmission on '97 Honda Passport 4X4


There is a metal fitting bolt close to the bottom of the transmission. You can unscrew that out and if transmission fluid comes out it's good. If this doesn't occur you'll have to get a pump and pump transmission fluid in it. This is the easiest with a lift of course. Don't you hate stupid Japanese ideas. Good luck man

Dec 20, 2008 | 1997 Honda Passport

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