It's easy, you just take out the old one and put in a new one, unless the engine is installed in a vehicle! There are a few chioces to get access to the alternator. The method I used last night on my 1985 Honda Accord (carb) was to unbolt and disconnect the old alternator, move it out of the way, remove the alternator bracket, jack up the car with the left front tire floating free, unbolt the strut (the 3 nuts on top), slide the alternator out by turning it over (regulator side out first, top mounting hole down) pushing down against the axle. It is a very tight fit, I used a pry bar to walk the alternator out to the right, along the axle slowly. I think there is just enough give in the motor mounts to not dent the oil pan too much. The new one goes in in reverse order. Don't forget to reconnect the Negative battery cable. The whole job took me 3 hours. Good Luck! PS: This method works easily with a couple of extra hints. 1) Don't forget to disconnect the negative cable in the first place. 2) Secure the strut as far down and back as it can go. I pushed it down with my foot while reaching under the fender to wedge a stick about 10 inches long between the strut and the wheel well. 3) Remove the single bolt securing the motot mount nest to the fender and dismount the electrical connector from the radiator fan bracket to give room for the engine to be levered forward. 4) Lever the engine forward with a long crowbar placed between the driveshaft and the oil pan. With the alternator positioned as above you can wiggle it out by hand and shove the new one in with your foot. This works so well I didn't get too depressed when I realized I had bought the wrong alternator and had to do this all over again. Do compare your new alternator to the old one before you install it. The difference is that carb models have a three-wire connector and fuel-injected models have a four-wire connector.
It is a Honda Accord that was manufactured in 1985
Very labor intensive job. The lower engine support must be removed to access the alternator.
To install a stereo in a 1985 Honda Accord, make wire to wire connections using either a solder iron and electrical tape.
the horn is in front of the radiator.
no the 85 and 86 accords are totally different body styles
With a manual hand pump.
It is built into the alternator It is all 1 unit. Replace alternator.
possibly a leak in cooling system
Look in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
on my 82 accord it is located behind the dash, all the way to the left, behind the air vent.
Change the wires, rotor and cap.
in the plastic reservoir under the hood on the driver's side towards the front.
replace ur radiator
It might be the fuel pump my 93 Honda accord started doing that and the fuel pump is about to give out on it.
Remove the belt from your 1985 Nissan 300 alternator. Remove the wiring harness from the alternator. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. The alternator will come off.
This information can be found in the owner's manual, & under the hood on a placard. 1.1 mm or .043
The headlight on a 1985 Honda Civic is changed by lifted the hood open. Locate the housings for each headlight and find the harnesses for the bulbs. Pull out the old bulbs and replace them.
It has two fuel filters 1st behind drivers side rear tire. 2nd in line before you get to the carb.
Some had Fuel Injection with an electric pump and some had a carburetor with a manual pump. If it is FI it has an electric pump.
My mother bought a Honda Accord new in 1985. My son is now driving it in Seattle. Still running good, little rust, great gas mileage in the city.
Most of those compressors used freon, which is available on a limited basis, mostly to mechanics, and is not readily available.
Eng oil capacity 1985 Honda 200 m atc?
there is two on the carb. model... one located by the fuel tank and the other 3" inches from the carb. under the air box.
To change the headlight on a 1985 Honda Spree scooter remove the headlight housing. The scooter headlight will be mounting on the rear of the housing. Remove it and replace the bulb.