Plugs, wires, rotor, cap, pcv valve.
1994 Honda accord ex remove rear rotor
Tune it up. Replace the spark plugs, plug wires, distributor cap, rotor, fuel filter, and air filter.
If the rotor of the 2001 Honda Accord will does not have mounting hardware it is pressed on. To remove these types of rotors the caliper will have to be unmounted. The rotor will then come off.
You may have messed up the timing when you put on the new distributor cap.
If a 2000 Honda Accord is making a howling noise when the brakes are pressed the rotor may be the issue. When a brake rotor becomes warped the wheel will not stop smoothly, and in turn create several different noises.
A warped rotor on a Honda Accord can cause it to make several different noises. The brake system should be immediately checked. If a rotor has failed the vehicle can become very dangerous.
If you use genuine Honda Parts it will cost you about $300 for parts and about $100 for the labor, you need to replace the following parts: Spark plugs, Wires, PCV Valve, fuel filter, rotor and cap, air filter and valve cover gasket. Good luck, I am doing this now on my 1997 Accord SE, I bought most of the parts from a Honda dealer online and I bought the plugs and wires from a local auto parts store.
The minimum brake rotor thickness for the front and back rotors on a 1992 Honda Accord is 21mm. Rotors which are below this thickness will not offer adequate or reliable braking.
You might want to consider a tune-up... spark plugs distributor cap/rotor sparkplug wires and possibly a new starter.
1-3-4-2 Rotor turns clockwise.
Firing order is 1-3-4-2 rotor turns clockwise.
Remove wheels Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Slide rotor off hub (if "peel off" type)
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
Change the wires, rotor and cap.
1-4-2-5-3-6 Rotor turns counterclockwise.
bad cap or rotor . ignition coil , or ignition mudgule or new or rebilt distributor
Firing order is 1-3-4-2 Rotor turns clockwise.
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the brake pads and break hardware. The brake rotor will slide off. You may need to tap the rotor with a hammer.
u have to take the bolt off and slide that plate off in front of the rotor
You do not rotate rotors. Replace a bad rotor or have it machined if possible. Never rotate them to another wheel location.
It's probably a 32 or 36mm impact socket a wrench probably won't work.
I just paid 130 for parts and 130 for labor on a 2000 Honda Accord. I think it can be done for cheaper, but i did not know what was wrong with my car so that is more time and labor charges to find out what was wrong. Also, it will matter wheter they do plugs, wires, cap, rotor, and filters in which mine did. Either way this needs to be done, no matter what plugs every 70k or so.