Just went rounds looking for this info. Found the answer going to my favorite parts store and looking for "what tool" to change the belt. Turns out the auto-tensioner has a bolt in the center of the pulley. Use either a wrench or (preferably) borrow the proper tool which is just a wrench on a nice leverage bar. When you put pressure the tensioner pulley arm will swing and give you room to remove and replace the belt. Just don't be afraid of loosening the pulley (that was my fear) and don't try a hex wrench on the engine mount side of the tensioner arm. (laugh now) Have a nice day.
If that's the extent of the complaint, check the serpentine belt and tensioner.
About every 30000 miles. That will do it
I have a 2000 Honda Passport that is just about to be fitted with a 1999 transmission, I will let you know soon..er..or later!
To change the brake light bulb on a 1999 Honda Passport find the light housing located in the trunk. Find the plastic covers for the lights and remove them. Pull the bulbs out carefully and replace them.
The engine oil capacity, of your 1999 Honda Passport, is for quarts. The manufacturer recommends; you do not over fill the motor oil.
same as 1999
The recommended and suggest spark plug gap for a 1999 Honda Passport is .046. That is the recommended gap for most engines of that model.
How do you add freon to a 1999 Honda Passport
The water pump on a 1999 Honda Passport is located behind the timing belt cover. The radiator and timing belt have to be removed to access the water pump.
Pull the tranny fluid dipstick out, and pour it down that tube with a funnel. who ever is answering this question about 1999 Honda passport needs to go back the school! duma$$ Well. That would be all fine and dandy if there were a transmission fluid dipstick in the engine compartment of a 1999 Honda Passport. Tell me where it is.
For my 2001 Honda Passport, I paid $420 to have the water pump and timing belt replaced in October 2008.
I have 01 passport, might not be the same but there should be 2 Phillips screws hidden on the side of the tail ight remove them and pull it straight back out it has the prong that slides into rubber grommet
Adhesive remover......or pull hard
Front 5.25 (5&1/4) Rear 4
Advance Auto Parts and/or Auto Zone should have it for about $25.
no encuentro como cambiar el aceite de transmision de una honda passport 1999
Have your speed sensors replaced
did you recently pull the horn fuse? That's what happened when i did
front or rear
On 99 Passport it probably has a yellow handle end that you grab to pull the dip stick out it is located on the lefthand side of the engine.