Headlights on the passport are easy to change. The headlamp assembly is composed of the housing, lens and lightbulb itself. Only the lightbulb needs to be changed. The electrical leads that connect to the lightbulb are removed in a "twist-and-turn" action. Unplug the lightbulb, unscrew it to pull it out of the assembly. Reverse the process to install. Should take about 5 minutes.
Where's the oil plug located
How many quarts of oil does a 2001 Honda passport hold
there is no dip stick in a Honda passport 2001 closed system
What are the torque specs for a 2001 Honda Passport head gasket
i need to know where the tail shaft is located on a 2001 handa passport?
Yes it does. The license plate light fuse on a 2001 Honda Passport shares the same fuse as the rest of the rear lights.
I personally had a problem with my sending unit and called a local Honda dealer who advised that the 2001 Passport has a 19.5 gallon tank
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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.
my Honda passport is having a problem.troubleshooting of p0401.the gas recirculation(egr)flow insufficient aadetected.
An interference engine ( according to the Gates website the 3.2 liter V6 in a 2001 Honda Passport is an interference engine )
Yes . . . it has a timing chain.
remove and replace.
A Honda Passport can be purchased at Lute Riley Honda, Dallas, Texas. They can be reached at 1-866-945-6260 at 1331 North Central Expressway, Richardson, Texas. They currently have a used 2001 HONDA PASSPORT on sale for 4,981.
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AnswerI own a 2001 LX Honda Passport. I get around 14 miles per gallon.AnswerThe 2002 2WD Passport gets an MPG pf 17/20. EPA estimated.
clean the fan
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For my 2001 Honda Passport, I paid $420 to have the water pump and timing belt replaced in October 2008.
Best Guide I Can Find: http://www.installdr.com/InstallDocs/Honda/Passport.asp
First of all its "catalytic converter" and it is on the engine side of the muffler.
it uses the same for the hydraulic clutch as it does for the brakes.
A Honda's resale value depends on the type of Honda you are interested in. A 2001 Honda Prelude has a higher resale value than the 2002 Honda Passport.
Yes as long as they are both 2wd or 4wd