where is the water pump located on 1997 honda accord
You replace it by not doin it
how to replace the water pump on a 1998 Honda Accord
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it has a 2.2 vtech engine
Belt and water pump will range from $500 to $800 depending on who performs the repair.
If it had a cam belt I would recommend you change it at the same time as the cam belt. However the 4 cylinder 2003 has a cam chain, so no maintenance is required. Replace the water pump when it fails or starts leaking. Or as preventive maintenance you can just replace it at 100,000 miles. Your choice.
there is no line comming from the water pump on any 90 s accord u replace the whole pump behind the timing belt
Both. The 4 cylinder has a cam chain and the V6 has a cam belt. Replace the cam belt & water pump on the V6 at 110,000 miles.
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At a Honda dealership around $900 with replacement of the water pump also.
You fail to list the year and engine size which would really have helped. WARNING: The Honda Accord 4 cylinder up to year 2002 is an interference engine and if the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. It is critical to replace the belt. Also the timing belt drives the water pump so replace the water pump at the same time to save labor costs later on when the pump fails. The life of the pump is about the same as the belt. 2003 and up Honda Accord 4 cylinders do not have a timing belt but instead have a chain. No maintenance is required on 2003 -2009 Accord 4 cylinders. Below is the mileage to replace the belt. 1976-89 Accord 4 cyl. 60,000 miles 1990-96 Accord 4 cyl. 90,000 miles 1997-02 Accord 4 cyl. 105,000 miles
The coolant temperature sensor on a 1998 Honda Accord is located next to the thermostat housing. The sensor has a blue clip located on the right side of the engine compartment.
On the V6 you must replace it every 110,000 miles or 10 years whichever comes first. Also replace the water pump at the same time and have the cooling system flushed and refilled with fresh coolant. The 4 cylinder has a chain that requires no maintenance.
THE WATER PUMP ON THE ACCORD IS DRIVEN BY THE TIMING BELT AND YOU WOULD NEED TO REMOVE AND REPLACE THE BELT AT THE SAME TIME AS THE WATER PUMP
You bet it is mandatory and it must be replaced every 110,000 miles. If the belt breaks you will have serious engine damage as this is an interference engine. Also replace the cam belt driven water pump at the same time.
You do not have to change the timing belt to replace the water pump. You do have to remove the timing belt cover to be able to access the bolts that hold the water pump on.
The water temperature sensor on your 1991 Honda accord, is located on the front of the engine. The sensor is above the water thermostat housing.
The 2002 Honda 4 cylinder has a belt that must be replaced every 110,000 miles. Warning: This is an interference engine and as such if the belt breaks you will have serious internal engine damage. Also replace the water pump at the same time you replace the belt as it is driven by the belt and will not last 220,000 miles when the belt is due to be changed again. This will save you labor costs down the road. In 2003 Honda switched to a chain on the 4 cylinder but the V6 still has a belt.
If you have a V6 change the water pump when you change the cam belt at 105,000 miles. If you have a 4 cylinder then change it when it starts leaking.
need help on changing 95 Honda accord ex water pump and timing belt.
Yes, the 1997 Honda Accord is an interference engine. You MUST change the cam belt every 105,000 miles or 10 years whichever comes first. Also replace the water pump at the same time.
Drain coolant and remove a/c and front gear cover then remove water pump then install back together
$325 to $425 is a reasonable price from an independent shop. $800 is reasonable at a Honda dealer. This will also include replacing the coolant.
How much dose it cost to get a timeing belt and a water pump replaced on a 1991 Honda Accord?