It depends on what type of engine and transmission the Passport has.
The 1994 Honda Passport transmission is compatible with the 1997 Honda Passport. The transmissions are exactly the same for each model year.
Yes , the 3.2 liter V6 engine in a 1997 Honda Passport ( IS an interference engine )
The stock tire size on a 1997 Honda Passport is: 225/75SR16.0
same as 1999
Coolant is flushed from the radiator of a 1997 Honda Accord by opening the petcock and allowing the system to drain. The petcock is then closed, the system filled with water, and a flush added to the radiator to cleanse the system.
A 1997 sadder and station wagon radiator is $900. The radiator cost approximately $700. The labor to install the radiator will be approximately $200.
To make a crankshaft position sensor work on a 1997 Honda passport with a 1995 block and 1997 heads will take a lot of work. You will have to redo everything under the hood.
mine has 16 inch
The 1997 Honda Passport does not have a secret latch to open the rear door. The rear door latch can be found just above the license plate holder.
follow the lower radiator hose
Radiator and overfill tank.
2 6X4 in speakers
Left rear panel in cargo area
Down the hole that the dipstick is in. Do not over fill! ummm sorry but the 1997 honda passport does not have a dip stick to check or refill the tranny....does have a drain plug where you can check it...but really needs to go to proff.
If the rear hatch on a 1997 Honda Passport will not open with the remote cable, it can still be opened from the outside. After opening from the outside, repair the cable.
Its on the thermostat housing by the upper radiator hose
ON THE LEFT SIDE OF ENGINE CLOSE TO THE BACK
have you checked inside the distributor . good luck
Low coolant? Radiator plugged or restricted? Cooling fan not working? Water pump not circulating coolant? Thermostat not opening? Cooling system airbound?
where is the thermostat on a 1997 Honda accord i have never seen one in the bottom radiator hose