Honda Passport was created in 1994.
99 Honda passport has a timing belt.
how to take off an alternater 94 Honda passport
The 1994 Honda Passport transmission is compatible with the 1997 Honda Passport. The transmissions are exactly the same for each model year.
I have a 2000 Honda Passport that is just about to be fitted with a 1999 transmission, I will let you know soon..er..or later!
it may have somthing in gas line or your fuel pump may be going out
did you recently pull the horn fuse? That's what happened when i did
Yes, Isuzu was the sole builder and designer of the Passport.
where is the pcv valve locate on 95 Honda passport
there is no dip stick in a Honda passport 2001 closed system
the gas capacity on my 2000 Honda passport is 21 gallons.
The stock tire size on a 1997 Honda Passport is: 225/75SR16.0
What are the torque specs for a 2001 Honda Passport head gasket
How to change fuel pump on Honda Passport.......... http://www.planetisuzoo.com/articles.htm/116
worn cv joint =[
Honda never made the passport, those are Isuzu rodeo's with Honda emblems. If you need parts for one then set it on fire and push it into the bay to put it out.
The owner's manual for a 1998 Honda Passport is available for download on the official Honda website. Specifications and warranties are available as well.
How many quarts of oil does a 2001 Honda passport hold
A Honda Passport can be purchased at Lute Riley Honda, Dallas, Texas. They can be reached at 1-866-945-6260 at 1331 North Central Expressway, Richardson, Texas. They currently have a used 2001 HONDA PASSPORT on sale for 4,981.
It may not have a dipstick for the transmission fluid. Have to take it to a garage. My Honda Passport 2001 is in this category.
The oil pan is underneath the motor on a Honda Passport. You can take the car to a mechanic to have the oil pan changed.
my Honda passport is having a problem.troubleshooting of p0401.the gas recirculation(egr)flow insufficient aadetected.
I have 245/70R16 tires on a Honda Passport SUV. What is the proper air pressure for the tires?