remove axle nut, remove lower ball joint nut and separate, remove wishbone bolt at lower control arm. pull 4 wheel bearing bolts on back side of spindal if present if not pull strut assembly away from axle, if axle stuck in hub carefuly drive axle out of hub. after separated pry axle out of transaxle with a screw driver. reinstall new axle careful to engauge c clip located on trans axle end. reassemble the rest and make sure to tourque the axle nut to factory specs.
Hoy do u time a honda accord
Listen to your father: go to the nearest public library and get a Honda manual--it will describe everything in detail!
A crank shaft position sensor on a 1998 Honda Accord reads whether or not a the engine is spinning correctly. If there is a discrepancy on how the crankshaft is spinning the sensor will relay it to the ECU.
timing marks on a Honda accord lx 2.3 year 2000 specifically the counter balance shaft
You have to replace the whole drive shaft.
which direction does a crank shaft pully bolt screw out on a 2002 honda accord lx 2.3l eng. clockwise or counterclockwise?
No. The flex plate is on the transmission input shaft between engine and transmission. To get it out you have to pull the transmission. Fortunately, it's not hard to do.
The distributor assembly on a Honda Accord sends a spark to each engine cylinder at precise moments throughout the combustion cycle. It is controlled by the rotation of the cam shaft.
It is located behind the timing belt.
The 1992 Honda Accord is an interference engine. Replace the cam belt every 90,000 miles. The balance shaft belt should also be replaced at the same time. You should also replace the water pump which is driven by the cam belt. If the belt breaks you will have serious internal engine damage so do not neglect this maintenance.
Depending on the engine, some have a timing belt and a balance shaft belt.
It indicates a problem with the main shaft speed sensor or its related wiring
under the passenger side of the vehicle and look up. You will see The output shaft speed sensor codes maybe similar to P0720>
get it tuned or get a new drive shaft
In some Honda's, you have to pull the axle shaft in. That may mean some disassmbly of the front end.
The 1993 Honda Accord does not have a timing chain. It uses a belt instead that must be changed every 90,000 miles. There is also a balance shaft belt that must be replaced at the same time. Warning. This is an interference engine. If the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. I also recommend you replace the water pump at the same time as it is driven by the cam belt.
Must remove the half shaft to get the CV boot off. Takes a bit of determination to loosen the parts and then even more to put the thing(s) back in. Protect the new bearings (might as well replace them too) from dirt and be careful not to lose anything.
No, you cannot tell if it is about to break or not. You just replace it every 90,000 miles. You also need to replace the balance shaft belt at the same time. Your engine is an interference engine. As such if the belt breaks, serious engine damage will occur. Do not neglect this repair.
yes i had mind done for £100 but they have to replace the driver shaft aswell
Honda Crank Pulley Tool 50mm. The part number is 646796 at DenLorsTools.com. There is a video that shows it in use.
there is a sensor in one of the drive shaft that finds the speed it could either be that or the engine computer is failing
Driver side tail shaft of the transmission.Driver side tail shaft of the transmission.
This is an interference engine and it is imperative that you replace the cam belt every 90,000 miles. There is also a balance shaft belt that must be replaced at the same time. I also highly recommend you replace the water pump to save labor costs later on. The water pump is driven by the cam belt and will not last 180,000 miles so replace it now.
Driving with a cracked or broken drive shaft is never a good idea. The shaking will eventually damage other components and when the drive shaft finally completely breaks down you will be left stranded wherever you are at.
The intermediate shaft is the shaft going to the driver side wheel from the tranny. The shaft is suppose to eliminate what you call torque steer, It comes straight from the tranny and bolts to the engine block with a bearing race to hold the shaft and at that brace is where the half shaft, or drive shaft connects to the intermediate shaft and to the driver side hub.