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I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO CHANGE THE HEAD GASKETS ON A 1995 HONDA ACCORD 4 CILYNDER

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You know most of the questions on here are from folks who are too lazy to look in their owners' manuals for tire size, bulb types, clock instructions, etc. The other type seem to be from folks who are asking for brain surgery instructions in one sentence. Your question is far beyond the scope of a paragraph. Like most folks what you need is a push in the right direction. I infer that anyone who asks for instructions of this type is not really going to be capable of this type of job. I suggest that you spend 10 bucks on a repair manual on CD over on ebay, or go to a library tech pubs department and look in their Motors Manual collection. Both of those will cost far less than a tank of gas and both will let you know what you are getting into before you make a big mistake. Once you get it disabled you will end up having it towed somewhere and pay the extra hourly rate for having worked on it first. In the real world you will save money on a car that old by simply buying a good used engine and paying someone a few bucks to swap it in.

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

  • dsgboutwest Mar 13, 2011

    i am sorry u feel that way but i am pretty good at working on cars and what i really needed to know was how to get the #1 cilynder in the TDC

  • Sometime Mechanic May 20, 2012

    I just finished changing my cylinder head. Getting to TDC is best done with removing all the spark plugs, at least the spark plug from the first cylinder, and put an nine inch extension into the first spark hole. Also helpful is take off the valve cover and the top timing belt cover. Then use a 19 mm nut to turn the crank ccw until the the extension is at top. The camshaft would also be pointing up.

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