Use a Vacuum.
Right ontop of the starer. you can remove and clean but you probably are going to have to remove intake manifold and clean all the carbon. check engine on my 2000 Honda accord v6 came on. codes read not enough air flow, change egr valve. removed and it really wasnt dirty. Honda tech adviced to clean intake manifold. problem fixed.
If you use turtle wax it will clean it up pretty good if it from the outside of theheadlights
No, you do not have to use them. It is not mandatory. However you will find they do help keep the sides of your car clean.
To check the transmission fluid on the 1995 Honda Accord, just let the vehicle idle for a few moments on level ground. Then remove the dipstick and wipe it clean. Insert the dipstick and remove it again. This will be the fluid level.
Go Down to your local part store and by the best fuel injector cleaner for your car.
You can clean the E GR valve by removing the valve and soaking it in a cleaning solvent. You can clean the ports with the same solvent. Wipe everything dry after cleaning.
just bleed your brakes through each wheel cylinder until the fluid runs clean
clean throttle bodY?
It's fuel injected and has no carburetor. Use a quality fuel injector cleaner such as Seafoam or Techron poured into the fuel tank every 6 months to keep the injectors clean.
Accord LX dose not have a transmission filter. The only way to keep the transmission clean is to change the fuid more often. Correction: ALL transmissions have filters, Period. Honda doesn't recommend changing it. There's a difference! Do you shower, and put dirty clothes back on?? I don't! I changed mine, on my '99 Honda Accord, dealer said there wasn't one! It's just a round element, under a small cover, on the driver's side, of the tranny.
Hey Mark==I think it probably is the idle control solonlid mounted on the throtle body. Take it off and clean it. GoodluckJOE
A mix of 50% clean water and 50% antifreeze is recommended in most climates. Add only when engine is cold.
Use a air compressor and blow the lines out. This almost always works.
I hav had a 1996 LX Honda Accord and a 1997 EX Honda Accord. On both, I had the same problem with with a "rough idle". A friend who works for Honda here in South Florida, tells me that what it needs is an adjustment on the throttle and it has to be someone very familiar with the car,otherwise, it may create additional problems. Furthermore, I find this to be a question that needs to be answer by a Honda especialist. many of us are having problems with the "idle" but every mechanic I have talked to, refuses to give me a straight answer. They want to "clean" this, touch that and after several hundred dollars, you still have the same problem. I have been trying to get the email for Honda executives, to see if they give us a solution to this growing problem.
You get a vacuum cleaner and clean it
The idle control solonoid is dirty or bad. Also clean the throtle body.
The type ofATF is usuaaly stamped somewhere on the dipstick. Mine takes Dexron and it is stamped on the head of the dipstick. I had to clean it to read it though.
you have to take out the carburetor and then clean it
As you are looking with the hood opened, it is in the right hand corner in front of the battery. It's hard to maneuver but you car slide it up and out to clean it out which I had to do because of the built up sludge in it.
how do you get to the carborator and then whats the process to clean it.
i have a 1992 Honda accord, i would start my Honda and drive for about 3-5 minutes and it would shut off, it happened to be be the exhaust manifold that was clogged with carbon. there is a kit repair that Honda sells that you drill some plugs from the top of the manifold and then you clean out the pore holes with a cloth hanger wire, then you put plug in that come with the kit. car has been working great since. sorry if i don't explaine my self too well. good luck
its the valve on the right side. mounted on the intake manifold. if u remove it and clean it realy good, you can re-use it and it will fix the irratic high/low idle.
Remove and clean battery teminals. Check all cables and ground.