Take the negative battery cable off then the wires off the alt then loosten the bolts holding it on and remove the belt then remove the bolts and alternator.
Hi. I'm the fellow who put this question out on Friday night. Don't drop the axle if all you want to do is change the brushes. Just remove the alternator from it's bracket, disconnect the two wires goimg to it and just sit the alternator in a way you can do the brushes. Brushesprocedure is about 5 minutes. Good luck, Donald
The alternator on a 1986 Honda Civic is located in front of the engine. Unplug the battery and remove the alternator belt. Loosen the alternator bracket and remove the plug to the alternator. Replace the unit.
the cost of the Honda accord in 1986 is $34995
streering is hard
A 1986 Honda Accord has a 2.0 litre four cylinder engine
nIG JOB. gET A MANUAL ON YOUR CAR AND DO THE JOB CORRECTLY.
my Honda accord has auto 4 speed that will not shift
Somewhere around 500$ if done at a garage.
Check thermostat make sure fans work replace coolant easily done check manual
no the 85 and 86 accords are totally different body styles
1986 Honda Accord starter is located on the passenger's side, on top of the transmission, under several cooling system hoses. Follow the positive cable from the battery and it will lead you to the starter. Drew
I have a 1986 Honda Accord Hatchback LXI and the laoyout is printed right on the door opening to the fuses.
Screwed onto the engine block.
Seriously, Just don't. You will ruin it.
Honda never put a 2.2 liter motor in any of it's cars in 1986.
dont have one
The fuel control cutoff unit, in your 1986 Honda Accord, is located on top of the fuel injector pump. The fuel control cutoff unit is contained in a sealed box.
My 1986 Honda Accord Dx just started idling rough and dieing at turns and stops it is a carburated 2.0 witha maunal transmission
Regular unleaded 87 octane.
locate a LX-i engine for it
Listed in your owner's manual. Just replace a blown fuse with the same size fuse.
You will need to remove the tire and wheel from your 1986 Honda Accord. Remove the brake caliper and the brake spring. The disk brakes will come off. Reverse the process to install the new front disc brakes.
The answer is no it won't fit. You need an air intake box from a 1986-1989 Accord.