"The channels to find are located behind the inside (boot)trunk left and right plastic covers. You have to remove these to get to them. You may have to take the lhs and rhs seat backs of them and you can work easier if you lower the partition part of the seats. I was sick of having two showers in the morning, so I made it a job of finding them myself. There are some rubber restriction hoses behind there, that for some reason are not open to dirt, but allow water to run through if they are not blocked. Dirt will fill them up and stop water flowing from top of sun roof. The front ones are located inside the front wheel wells facing back They will be filled with mud and stuff. Screws will have to be removed to get them of. Heavy use of water pressure will blast most of it away. Youll see the hoses easy if you have a good torch handy.Dont even try a wire from the top of roof. it does not work..."
I had this issue and after 3 times of unsuccessful "attempts" by the Honda dealer I figured it out and stood beside the car and pointed to the problem for them. There are some wedges near the back of the moonroof frame which act to elevate the rear of the roof into a proper sealing position. These are adjustable. If the roof has had some use this may be a problem on your vehicle. It gets especialy bad if you park on a hill, can't remember if it's nose down or nose up, but you really take a bath if you live in the pacific northwest and this happens.
Sorry, but the 02 model sunroof differs from the 92-93 sunroof. size, demisions, etc. a sunroof from any EX/SE 90-93 should work.
Bike shops and hardware stores sell rubber and vinyl repair kits that should work.
$1 000 000 Dollars
it all depends on where it is leaking.
Most automobile gas tanks are covered under the manufacturers limited warranty. The manufacturer should cover the repair costs if the warranty is enforce.
Depends on what the person is charging in for lol
When you discover your water heater is leaking, if you can't afford to fix it for a while, then you should put something down to catch the water. If you have money you should call a repair company from the phone book.
A dx has no power windows or no sunroof an ex has power windows and door locks and should say on the valve cover v-tech
Return to repair shop- if reputable should repair correctly
If it is leaking through the crack next to the soft/hard top just put some sealant there and it should be fine.
That would depend on where it is leaking oil. Leaking valve covers would require the replacement of the valve cover gaskets. Most oil leaks are easily fixed, but some are not so easy and are really not cost effective to repair. A leaking crankshaft seal is very expensive to repair and unless it is leaking excessively, I would just deal with the leak. Of course that also depends on how old the car is and how long you plan on driving it. If you do not repair the leak, just remember to check your oil level regularly.
There should be a hand piece on the sunroof. By pulling the handle and pulling forward this will close the sunroof.
It depends on the seriousness of the leak. Basically, if you car is not in top condition/repair you should not drive it.
No, if it is leaking it needs to be replaced and replace immediately. The reason being is that the Water Pump in your Accord is driven by the Cam belt and so is the Balance Shaft. They are all driven by the same belt. If the water pump fails it can break the cam belt. As your engine is an interference engine, you will have serious engine damage if the cam belt breaks which will cost plenty to repair. The cam belt should be replaced every 90,000 miles. Ignore this and you may pay dearly for that. If the pump is leaking, replace it, and the cam belt at the same time.
Due to the inherent danger of working on the SRS this is a repair that should be done only by a professional.
You need to have a cooling system pressure test to determine as to where it is leaking now. Repair the leak and it should be okay.
Depends on how bad it is leaking. If it is just a trickle I would not have it repaired and keep and eye on the oil level. This is an expensive repair but if it is leaking badly you will have to have it repaired.
If you have a 1997 Camaro with a custom sunroof and need help making it a functional sunroof, you should check into getting an operating motor. A sunroof would ordinarily be able to pop up with the help of a motor.
In your sunroof there should be 1 hole in each corner. These holes act as drains for the sunroof. Every sunroof leaks, the drains let the water drop out of the vehicle at the bottom on the underside. Your drain holes are probably just plug up, maybe with leaves or something. Grab an air compressor and a hose and just blow the blockage out.
depending on experience but i would say 3 to 4 hrs
You don't. Working on the SRS is not a DIY repair. Due to the inherent danger of working on this system, this should be done by a professional.
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.
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.
There should be an emergency close feature that will allow you to manually close the sunroof on a 2007 Camry. You can also remove the sunroof motor to manually close it.