Try removing the negative cable from the battery terminal (blackcable). This should reset all of your vehicle diagnostics.
Just something to add, if your replacing the rotors, damage by hammer should be of little concern. But DO be cautious of studs and other things in that area.\n.
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\nUse lots of WD40 on the studs. Let it sit for a while. Get a rubber mallet or a deadblow hammer and strike the...
Remove caliper mounting bolts.
Slide caliper off rotor.
Rotor will slide off hub assembly
no problem in using synthetic oils as lubricant for this model.. but i myself use virgin oil. for me it is better for older car models..\n.
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\ni dont think there is a problem doing so - synthetic oil is just a lubricant like standard oil. I believe it is...
yes you can clean it with a bit of gas and a nylon brush. let it air dry for about a 30 min. period. Make sure it is completely dry when you reinstall it. This is a temporary fix for about a year or so. what causes it to malfunction is carbon deposits. gasoline will break it up when you brush it...
May have an answer already, but be sure that the radiator is full of coolant.
i have a 2002 Honda accord, and my manual says 105,000 miles.... but, i am at 101,000 miles and about to get mine done in the next two weeks b/c i am paranoid-- it will completely screw up your engine if the timing belt breaks. my advice is, if you are anywhere near 105K miles then i would get it...
this just happened to me i have a 2001 Honda passport the problem with mine was a broken transmission cable. we just had this fixed but until we did i had to push the button on the gear shift and lift up a little and i could put the car into gear ... good luck
It took me sometime to figure this out too!! What I ended up doing after hours spent beating the daylights out of the rotors, I took my 4" grinder with a metal cutting cut-off wheel and cut the things off to the point where I could remove all the pieces. When doing this though, I was extremly...
You have to service it from the fill plug on the transmission itself. You must therefore get underneath the vehicle and locate fill plug which is located on the transmission pan. There are usually two plugs. The drain plug which is the lowest one to the ground lets say. And the fill plug which is...
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I have a 1997 Isuzu Rodeo which has the same engine as your Passport, assuming you have a 3.2L V6. I have had the same problem as you, putting 3 different remanufactured alternators on with no success. I finally went to an auto electric shop and got an new alternator (vs....
sometime when you step on the brake to remove it out of park the relese gets stuck try stepping on brake and shaking gear shift handle We had a similar problem, and the answer that it is the Stop Light Switch on the brake pedal itself is Correct! Did cost $6 to fix, fixed the problem immediately...
i have a 94 Honda passport, my engine is a 3.2L with coil packs. the timing is non adjustable. on the 3.1L the timing indicator is located at the front of the engine by the crankshaft pulley. the timing set is 10-degrees BTDC @ 800rpm. disconnect the set timing connector at the distributor.
clean the mass air flow sensor with sensor cleaner . you can buy it at auto parts store for about 7-8 dollars . ask them to show you where the sensor is located . before you start up the car after cleaning the sensor , unplug the battery for about 5-10 minutes to clear the computer. try this before...
== == If you have console shift the solonoid for the shifter gets stuck after drinks and coffee have been spilled on it. The console has to come out and all of the linkage cleaned up. Goodluckjoe == == Make sure that rear brake lights come on when you depress the brake pedal. If there is a...
try this its for a 97 .
ok here goes top and bottom rows \n.
\ntop from left to right \n.
\nrear wiper--blank--cig lighter/door mirror--blower motor--blower motor--audio/ac/clock--wiper/washer--fuel pump--e.c.c.s. system--a.c.c.d,a/t control,power steer,oil press---master and guage/ turn signal...
The thermostat is located at the BACK end (engine end) of the LOWER radiator hose. You'll have to do a little bit of digging to get there, but it's not bad and can be done with normal tools. If you're careful, you can do it in an hour..
Previous Answer: You'll find the thermostat behind...
Safety First .
Tisk Tisk, safety first. Don't mess with the safety features on your vehicle. This might be a life or death situation if you get in a crash. Bring it to the dealership and let the pro's figure this one out.
They're usually in the pan. 1 bolt thru middle.
Check your owners manual..
If you don't have one copy & paste this link..
Honda Wiring information .
Have you kept up on the filter and fluid changes? Is the fluid low? Answer I had this problem with my 93 SL-1. I had to replace the upper valve body in the transmission. The new part was $500. I put it in myself with some help from a Saturn tech. that I know. It has been three years and I still...
Is it located in the fuel tank there is also a recall on this problem
The first and easiest answer is to remove the wheel covers and listen again for the clicking noise. It could be a pebble loose inside a wheel cover or a tire valve stem clicking against the wheel cover. If it's not that easy, and your truck has CV joints, I would suspect a bad CV joint. Look for...
Just take a hammer and bang on it while spinning the rotor. Keep going until if gives.
Someboddy has to know the trick! .
\nI want to know. Chilton's says remove the four screws from the back and the rotor assy should drop out. Not so! there is a trick and I want to know what it is!
Should be at the bottom or rear of the radiator.
or remove lower radiator hose
4 oxygen sensors . 2 on each exhaust pipe . one before the cat converter and one after it .
Is it stalling? If not, dont worry about it, your fine. My 90 accord does that everyonce in a while but continues to run.
The back hatch will often not open if the internal mechanism orrelease has become damaged. Replacing the latch is the mosteffective and reliable fix.
ALL I know is that the fuse box for things such as the lighter etc is on the drivers side under the dash..and there is one more major fuse box under the hood.
The oil pan is underneath the motor on a Honda Passport. You cantake the car to a mechanic to have the oil pan changed.
YEP. Just had my right one replaced cuz it was melted.
what you working on? If it's a s-blazer i think i have the answer.
: If no sticker is available, contact goodyear and request a serpentine belt book or a timing belt book if that is not possible get a copy of installtions instructions from alldata services Michelle ondemand. Under the hood. My hood was replaced and repainted, no new sticker was added ...
UP NEAR THE TOP OF YOUR BRAKE PEDAL ARM. ARE 2 PLUGIN WIRES.CHECK THEM MAKE SURE THE ARE TIGHT . YOU LIKELY HAVE A LOSE WIRE OR SHORT THAT IS RELATED TO THE NETRUAL SAFTEY SWITCH, OR BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH.....DO..NOT..PUT..HIGHER..FUSE..IN...OUTLET.........BUDDY MACK
The control module is under the vehicle in the rear. when sliding under the vehicle from the back the control module is the medium size black box. It should be the first thing you could see. If your spare is stored underneath you will need to take it off.
The recommended and suggest spark plug gap for a 1999 HondaPassport is .046. That is the recommended gap for most engines ofthat model.
if its an auto it should be where the linkage meets the transmission
Remove caliper ( 2 mounting bolts).
Slide caliper off rotor.
Rotor should slide off hub
On my '90, the rotors are held in place by the wheel studs. I had to press the wheel studs out, then the rotor separated from the hub.
check the fuses some cars have them under the hood as well as in the car Check ignition coil or coils Check to see if battery is grounded ok.
Dead battery? Bad battery cable? Check and clean all battery cables.
When Air is in motion it is called the wind. It Could also becalled a breeze or wind current
Just had it done on my Passport. There is no dipstick, there is an "overfill screw" in the bottom of the transmission, just above the drain plug. You don't need any special tool, but you do need to get it into a shop or put it up on the hoist in order to be able to measure it properly. If you...
"ITS PART OF THE COOLING SYSTEM?? " That is what the part is, not what it does. The Condenser, condenses the refrigerant while releasing heat that was in the car. Allowing the system to cool the inside of the car.
Remove the front wheels then the calipers and the rotors should slide off. the front rotors on that car are pressed on and must be pressed off with a 1 ton machine press which ruins the bearings in order to do this you must remove the entire wheel assembly which requires a tool to remove the...
In a word, neglect. Not changing the oil as recommended by the manufacture. The lifters are dirty and this causes them to stick. My advise is to add 1.5 ounces of Seafoam Motor Treatment per quart of oil in the crankcase. Lets say your engine holds 4.5 quarts of oil, then add 7 ounces of Seafoam to...
You can view the Owner Guide online ( which includes the fuse panel layout ) at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides
Water Pump 94 passport The water pump is located under the timing belt covers and is a nightmare to replace if you are a common do it your self mechanic.The top and front half of the engine has to be removed.Take it to a Honda dealer and have them replace the timing belt and the water pump at the...
The larger part with the spring has to be towards the motor. A very few are oval instead of round and have to be placed correctly to fit the housing.
after driving it for fifteen minutes it turns back on
Check to make sure you have the correct mixture of anti-freeze and water because anti-freeze also helps with overheating too. If you still have a problem check your thermostat. It could be stuck closed and may not be opening.
removing rotorson automatic locking hubs .
I can help in the removal of the rotors on a 93 explorer. I changed mine before and just recently sold my explorer. Are the hubs automatic or manual locking? You might need a tool for both automatic and manual locking hubs. I had automatic hubs I just had...
\nIt is behind the timing belt coves and you will have to take the timing belt off to change the water pump out
\nThe electrical connection at the non-working window may be bad. Try accessing the motor area of the bad window and push or wiggle the connection to make sure it is tight or test the circut with a test light to make sure it's getting power. The problem could also be the electrical connection at the...
maybe to much oil when time is hot its gonna be overflow
Yes, you can even mix synthetic with conventional oil.
The freeze plugs on a Honda Passport are located along the front ofthe engine block. They allow for expansion in the event the coolantfreezes to prevent cracking.
First you remove the caliper by using a 3/8 socket style alen key. This may vary so check a couple parts stores by the year of your car and they should tell you what size you need. The bolts are in-behind facing the motor. There are 2 of them and you'll need to pull on them with a pair of plyers to...
Listed in your owner's manual. May also be listed on the oil fill cap. You can use 5w30 until you find out for sure the correct weight. If you are asking about a brand of oil, then any major brand oil is fine. I personally use Pennzoil oil and Purolator filters, and have for over 30...
Honda is unable to produce the maintenance manual therefore no one has the manual
I have removed all bolts an linkage, I tried separating the transmission and transfer case and can't get it to come apart
you gotta take all the metal off the car to bare frame get u a lizzard and put lizard urine and put it on the sponge and damp on the frame and put on frame and pour a gallon of vinager and the crank your car and your good.
ECM stands for Engine Control Module (computer that controls the engine and other ). For 2000 Isuzu rodeo v6, this is located on the left side of the car under the hood . right behind the air filter enclosure
I don't know specifically about your Liberty, but rotors are often hard to remove and usually have several useless-looking threaded holes drilled in them on the outer face near the hub. The purpose of the holes is that you can thread properly sized bolts into them and then turn the bolts to "pop off...
Just had 2002 Honda Passport transmission rebuilt for $2,100 National transmission chain store
You didn't say what year or wheather it was a 4 or 6 cly. On the V6 the is one fuse box on the driver side, another on the passinger side of the dash which can only be seen when the door is open. Finally the is another fuse box on the firewall.
Look at the tires that are on it and read the numbers. Seriously. If all else fails, a 245/70/16 should work.
QX4 - Removing the Front Rotor You need to remove the hub first. You remove the black cap. Once the cap is off you will see a snap ring on the axle splines. Remove that with snap ring pliers, then remove the six nuts around it. Then pull the plate off. This will expose the bearing nut lock ring...
It may not have a dipstick for the transmission fluid. Have to take it to a garage. My Honda Passport 2001 is in this category.
It is referred to as electrically activated an controlled. It is, however, still a mechanical device with gears and pumps and so on.
on top of the trans where the shifter conects if auto. if stick under the dash on the cluch pedel
The location of the coolant temperature on the 1996 Honda Passportis actually behind the alternator. You can see the sensor in anyHaynes or Chilton's manual for that vehicle year.
The rotor and hub is an assembly, you need to take the wheel off, remove the brake caliper, use a hex drive to remove the lockout assembly, then there is a special socket you need to use to remove the bolt holding the hub in place.
\n Removing the Front Rotors \n.
\nFirst remove the right and left tires, and then proceed to remove the rotors. After you have replaced the rotors put them back on.
\n1) Starter relay near battery.2) bad ground connection.3) dirty battery cables or connections. A click is a indication of a limitation of current flow.
\nIn the console or in the dash, depending on location of shifter, or possible on the outside of the transmission.
The manufacturers recommended spark plug gap is .044"
You should use the oil recommended in the owners manual. If you don't have one, get one from MOTORLIT.COM. No. The use, or not, of synthetic oil is completely up to you as the owner of the vehicle, and has no effect, good or bad, on your vehicle's warranty. Warranty terms cannot compel you to...
There will be a plug on the side of you transmission, pull the plug refill with fluid until it runs out. Depending on 4x4, AT, or Manual amount will vary. The transmission is a sealed transmission so it can only be checked by pulling the check plug on the side, and there is also a drain plug on the...
If it is a 4 cylinder, it's underneathe the radio. If it's a V6, it's in the engine compartment behind the air filter housing.
Me Too .
I don't have an answer, but I have the same question about reomving the back gate panel to quell a rattle. Hopefully someone will answer both of us at the same time..
I just figured it out this evening: There are six screws. (1) One in the little well behind the inside door...
The check engine light comes on and stays on when a problem is detected by the self diagnosis system of your vehicle. Generally, a check engine light is lit when there is a problem in the emissions or somthing that is affecting the effectiveness of the emissions. If the check engine light is...
I recommend every 5,000 miles.
Probably one of the easiest but you need direction. Get a manual on your car from DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM
look under the passenger side cushion on back seat.
Remove the wheels. Using an appropriate sized Allen wrench or specialty GM calliper wrench, remove the upper and lower calliper bolts. Lift the callipers aside and support them using something substantial enough to hold the weight off the hydraulic lines. Most K1500's have a retaining screw or flat...
you have to have a scan tool. i.e.snap-on scanner If the light does not go out by itself, and it stays on constantly then there is still a current problem with the system. The thing is that a code is present in the body computer, and needs resetting. This can only be done with a Scantool that is...
The original Honda Passport Motor cycle sat 2 very friendly people The SUV started as 5 passenger and had a seven passenger option later
remove stud locks
No, it's a sealed system.
Lift the front end and secure it on jackstands. Remove the front tires and place under the vehicles frame. Use a wrench or socket to remove the six bolts on the automatic hub locker. Use a small hose puller to remove c clip and the ring behind it inside the hub. Use a wrench or socket to remove...
Usually what causes this code is a blown fuse from the wiring harness shorted on the underside of the intake manifold. It usually rubs on the brace or the bottom of the intake and shorts out a wire and blows a fuse. Do you have any other codes? If so post them. Check this first and tell...
no but it can cause motor to lock up because no air flow
A diagram for a 3.2L V6 motor for a 1996 Honda Passport can be ordered from any Honda dealership. You will want to check with your local dealer and see if they can get you one free of charge or if there is a fee. They may even have one that you can borrow.
It could be that the ABS has been engaged. The release for it is usually a small "slider" tyoe switch on the shift console.