How to remove the evaporator on your Honda
1-evacuate ac system of 134a,
2-discoonect ac lines at firewall,
3-remove glove box door and glove box
4-Disconnect fan motor and remove
5-disconnect all connectors on evaporator housing
6-remove bolts holding evaporative housing to firewall
7-remove evap. housing from vehicle
8-remove screws holding evap. housing together
9 remove evaporator from housing
10-remove expansion valve from evap.
Reintsall in reverse order
Replace the starter
how do i check the transmission fluid on a 1988 Honda accord, it is a automated
Yes, this is an interference engine. Replace the belt every 60,000 miles.
no u cannot do that bolt pattern is different
either acces it through the trunk or screws on the outside...
The battery size for a 1988 Honda Accord LX is a size 25. The battery can be purchased at any auto parts store.
http://www.modifiedlife.com/1988-honda-accord-car-radio-wiring-diagram/ Visit here it has full diagram, GL!
Yes it will fit.
DOT3 from an unopened can.
1988 Honda Accords are not near as plentiful as they were a few years ago. But try this site that is offering one right now: http://www.lemonfree.ca/map.php?year=1988&make=HONDA&model=ACCORD&loc=.
just remove the 3 bolts on top of the valve cover and lift it out,and theres the gasket.
NO. Not available that year.
out the petcock on the back side of the radiator
1. 1989 Toyota Camry2. 1990 Toyota Camry3. 1991 Toyota Camry4. 1988 Toyota Camry5. 1997 Ford F-150 4X2 Pick Up6. 1994 Honda Accord EX7. 1995 Honda Accord EX8. 1996 Honda Accord LX9. 1990 Honda Accord EX10. 1994 Honda Accord LX11. 1994 Chevrolet C1500 Pick Up12. 1992 Honda Accord LX13. 1991 Acura Legend14. 1995 Ford Mustang15. 1987 Toyota Camry16. 1990 Honda Accord LX17. 1995 Honda Accord LX18. 1989 Chevrolet Caprice19. 1988 Honda Accord LX20. 1991 Honda Accord EX
Please try your local Salvage Yards. They Will have several that will fit your car at a good price. Plus they are good for the enviroment. www.cars.com and www.cartrader.com will help you find a 1988 Honda Accord automatic in your area. Additionally, you may be able to find 1988 Accord on eBay or Craigslist.
If you wish to learn how to rebuild a 1988 Honda Accord automatic transmission, then you should purchase Haynes Repair Manual, 1984 through 1989. You can buy this book at Autozone or www.amazon.com.