If no torque wrench, turn till lightly tight, check for leaks, if leak, ¼ tight turn This is my first experience ever doing a transmission oil change. It helped to take the small door in the inside opposite that area off and push on the connecting mechanism. If the transmission has a fault, you should see a diagnostic code that begins with P07xx or P17xx. Look for signs of wear, leakage and other abnormalities. Center a drain pan under the differential and remove the lowest of the two plugs.
There is an adjustment that can affect shift quality: the 'throttle pressure cable' has an adjustment like the brake cable on a bicycle. As simple as it sounds, the owner's manual is the best place to start for bulb replacement instructions and illustrations. I say this because I have no idea if what I did is the right thing, whether it will help or hurt the car. Sometimes that buildup is all that's keeping seals together and varnish that's filling in gaps between metal parts. The dipstick is located down low, on the front left side of 1990s Accords with automatics.
Each side is the same, except, of course, mirroring the other side. It was a great idea to get your transmission fluid and filter changed and to keep. Vehicle should be not running, Answer: A Honda-what? There are two plugs on the bottom of the main trans pan. Torque to 36 ft lbs. Unscrew the upper nut put your finger in the hole if it comes out dry u need fluid.
Suggest that you may want to check your local library to see if they may have copies of this manual Chilton - Haine's - Motor's - etc or purchase one for your own use either from the dealer or possibly from… 1 Open hood 2 Reach behind the headlight housing and unplug the electrical connector and remove the rubber boot 3 release the bulb-holder retaining clip and pull the bulb-holder assembly straight out 4 wearing clean goves or using a clean cloth carefully remove the halogen bulb and replace. Turn on engine, warm up, and cycle gears. Look under the housing where you normally put your hand to open the lower rear hatch. I'm sure, eventually, it will bind up again. Unfortunately, most stores do not stock this special rear wiper blade so please see sources and related links below for more information and installation videos. A shop will tell you that non-honda fluid is fine, and it won't hurt it, but it will shift better with Honda fluid Source: have owned six different Hondas with automatics.
Take care not to over tighten the gasket bolt's when reassembling, etc, etc. Buy new crushwashers, for proper seal. Click the link below to go through troubleshooting procedure:---- ---- Car will not move when in gear? Check … with the engine running. Clean fluid can dissolve varnish and buildup. There is an overhaul kit that you can buy cheap for the master or the slave. The green D4 drive light may also blink. They have the equipment to cut the glass to the proper shape and should have the proper adhesive necessary to mount it.
Tools required: 2 phillips screwdriver and a 10mm socket wrench. Ther are two screws holding the latch. Once the handle attained a full range of motion, I was able to close the tailgate and the latch worked! As for potential damage, the possibility exits. . The lower plug is the drain. Flush and wash that away and you can create problems. Open your hood, look behind the headlight and remove the ruber holder.
Here's what I did based on the research gathered from various sources. Pull the bulb straight out of the socket and replace. Do not hesitate to replace faulty items and avoid costly repairs down the road. Turn the bulb to take it out, reverse process to install. I would suggest clearing the code and replacing the transmission fluid with genuine Honda fluid and then see if the code and the symptoms return. The problem with mine was the handle on the outside of the car. Look for signs of wear, leakage and other abnormalities.
Insert the fluid pump hose into the fill hole and start pumping. If the code does not repeat then do the road test two more times just to be sure. This material is copyrighted and cannot be reproduced on this site. All the sprayers draw fluid from the same under-hood reservoir. I removed everything, as explained above, and used white grease to lubricate all the moving parts inside, as well as the rocker mechanism and spring on the outside handle. At the very least, I hope it helps you become self sustainably reliant.
Tech-101 The Passport has what is called a sealed transmission like a manual tranny. Any other so-called replacement, or universal fluid will cause shifting problems. Allow the fluid to drain - remove the upper plug to allow it to drain freely. Do not hesitate to replace … faulty items and avoid costly repairs down the road. It is a two stage pump i.
You will need a hammer like a small 5lb sledge to pop the bolt loose and a long skinny funnel since the fill hole is so low. Based on the vehicle mileage it is recommendable to inspect other internal parts that are behind the timing belt cover oil seals,tensioner, idler bearing and water pump while in the process of replacing the T-belt. If the code does not repeat during the three acceleration tests, then the system had an intermittant fault. That will expose the the first two screws that you will need to remove. The trans will suck up the fluid from the bottom pan.