First you should buy 5qts. 5W-30 engine oil, and get the proper size wrench i belive it is an 13 or 14mm.Also the right oil filter, you will need the engine size for the filter at the parts store, if it's not on the engine, then look under the hood for a sticker that says catalayst, and the engine family size should be there.Drain your oil, and look straight up above the pan and the oil filter should be looking right back at you, it will be small.Remove the old filter, and put your new one on making sure your old oil filter gasket is not stuck on the oil filter housing.Tightin your drain plug snuggly, as well as the filter.A Honda will hold 4 to 4.5 qts. of oil, so make sure not to over fill.Start with 4qts., crank the car let it run for about 30 secs. and then check the oil fill stick for the proper amount.
A 1992 Honda Accord LX, DX, or EX has a F22A1 engine. It is a 2.2L 4 cylinder engine. A parts store like Autozone for instance or Pep Boys will have the oil filter number there. The number for a 1992 Accord FRAM oil filter is PH3593A
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1. Get underneath the car, jack stands or a pair of ramps is nice to have.2. Identify the Oil plug. A 17mm metric socket will fit it. It is at the bottom of the oil pan.3. Loosen it, being careful not to strip it. The oil will come pouring out at you pretty fast. Also make sure that you have a pan on the garage floor or ground so that the oil may be able to drain fast.4. After it is all drained out, replace the plug, first finger tight, then finally tightening it two or three semi-hard turns to complete the seal. Make sure to not overtighten, that'll create problems next oil change. 5. Loosen the oil filter. It is directly above the location of the oil pan drain. It is usually white or black with orange (If it's a FRAM filter), and is round. It will look like a cover to a liquid clothes detergent bottle. Oil will also come straight out or down so be careful of your eyes. 6. Lube the gasket around the filter with either oil or grease. 7. Replace the oil filter back onto the screw making sure it seats nice and tight. Don't overtighten, and also remember if the filter won't go on, don't force it- chances are it's either on at an angle or it's the wrong type of filter.8. Double check the tightness of both plug drain and filter.9. Add 4 quarts of 5W-30 or 10W-30 oil. 5W is best for winter or cold climates, 10W is better at warmer temps, it depends on what you want to get- the manual says 5W but it can also use 10.10. Put your car down so it's level (off ramps or jack), and check oil. Most 4 cylinder engines made by Honda take about 4.5 quarts of oil. Now you may add an extra small amount after checking. Level off oil to where it says the pan is full, and voila!
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Under the hood in the filter housing. If you are asking about a cabin filter it does not have one.
go under the car and look for a round cylinder
WHERE IS THE FUEL FILTER LOCATED ON A 2003 HONDA ACCORD
The cabin filter is located behind the glove box. Purchase a Purolator Cabin Filter as it comes with instructions on how to replace it.
The fuel filter is located on the left side of the firewall as you face your vehicle.
there is no fuel filter (per say) there is only the sock in the tank on the bottom of the pump
The transmission filter on a 1999 Honda Accord can be located under the car's hood. More specifically, it is within the transmission itself and is very difficult to replace.
The 1991 Honda Accord is not equipped with an A/C filter or Cabin Filter.
The filter is very close to the firewall and it's very difficult to replace. I still take my car to the dealer for this procedure.
I inquired here about the location of the fuel filter on my 2001 Accord Lx. The answer I got was that it was in the fuel tank and that there was no need to replace it. I don't know if that would be the same for your car. Try calling a Honda dealer's service shop.
It is located up against the firewall on the passenger side. It is a medium sized black cylinder shaped object underneath the air filter container.
The transmission filter is located inside the transmission.
It is most likely located under the engine compartment, right next to the bottom of the block. It will look like a round cylinder.
You don't replace it. It is a permanent filter that will last the life of the fuel pump.
The oil sending unit on a 1992 Accord is located just above the oil filter. The oil filter is located in the engine compartment of the Accord (under the hood of the car).
were is the oil filter located on a 1960 Chevrolet impala 6 cylinder engine located
Remove the old filter. Look at the mounting surface for the filter and make sure the old gasket did not stick to this surface. Wipe it clean, apply a film of oil to the gasket of the new filter, install the filter and tighten 3/4 turn (no more no less) after it makes contact with the mounting surface.
The fuel filter is located in a canister in the engine compartment. It is located under the brake booster and master cylinder. You simply unscrew the cap and remove the filter.
4 cylinder holds 4.5 Quarts with filter change. 6 cylinder holds 4.7 Quarts with filter change.
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You do not list if it is a 4 cylinder or V6. All I can tell you is the sir filter is under the hood, connected to the engine by a air intake tube. The filer is located in the square filter housing near the fender.
The fuel filter is located inside the fuel tank and is a permanent filter that does not need replacing.
This engine does not have your typical screw on style filter. It is just a cartridge. If you look on the drivers side of the intake manifold you will see a black cap with a big hex on the top of it. That is where the filter is. Remove that cap and replace the filter. This is for the oil filter!!!!!!
You're confused. There isn't a water filter.