Question about 1995 Honda Accord
Not really..it requires special tools to pull the pulley off the motor and its just as difficult getting a new one back on....most likely it would also require removing other parts to be able to get to that point... however, most "shadetree" mechanics can do this if they have the tools and there is really nothing they can mess up.. if you take it to a shop, Im guessing it would be $300-$400 labor depending on whre you are
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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