Hey Mark==I don't know what the torque rod is. Maybe a better description would help . Good luck JOe
Changing the brake pads on a Honda Accord is relatively simple. With a few simple tools, one can replace the pads in about one hour.
oil filter toolYou would need a oil filter wrench, a jack that's all you need to change the filter.
rear seat and dash panel mus be removed to access the bolts sould be a no brainer from there on wiwth the right tools
A turret lathe has a toolholding turret in place of a tailstock. The tools in the turret can be used to perform multiple cutting operations without the need to change tools, while when operating a conventional engine lathe, changing tools is necessary.
You do not need a torque wrench when replacing brake pads and rotors. Some of the tools needed to change the rotors and pads are the c-clamp, sockets, wrench, grease, and brake cleaner.
Easy with the right tools. You can ghetto do it with a set of metric wrenches and small hands, though.
If you have to ask this question it would probably be best to leave it to a shop. It's not hard just hard work. It's bolted to the engine flywheel just like a cluth plate. Do you have the tools and all to remove the transmission and possibly the engine to get to the convertor?
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You will need more then just a question or two, to change a head gasket, least to mention, some good quality tools, including a torque wrench, to reset the factory torques. The head bolts must be systematically torque in the proper sequence. My suggestion is spend a couple of bucks, about $15, and buy a Haynes or Chilton's Repair and Tune-up book at your local auto-parts store. both Haynes, and Chilton's, will show you step by step how to do it, as well as the tools required. Depending on the year of your engine, plan a weekend to accomplish this.
The tools needed to drop the gas tank of a 94 Honda Accord are screwdrivers, a socket set, and pliers. The tank is unbolted from the frame which allows it to be lowered from the vehicle.
The heater pipe is at the rear of the engine and the strut mounts are on each side of the engine compartment. These are not easy to repair and you need special tools and a front end alignment ' when you are through.
Click on tools and then options (the bottom of the menu) . It says 'homepage', and then you can change the website address.
there's 2 of em (left and right). just pull up the silver engine cover (no tools) then release the latches on each filter and replace. can be done in 2 minutes with no tools. :)
No, you do not need to be pro to change shocks. You have to have some pro tools though: Torque wrench, spring compressors, tool box, Deep creep if you having problems with rusted bolts...
About 4 hours considering if you have all the tools .
GearWrench is a website that sells tools. These tools are mainly automotive like torque wrenches, pliers, wrenches, screwdrivers, nut drivers, and specialty tools.
Normal mechanics tools and a good torque wrench.
The leather seat covers for the 2009 Accord are very simple to install, as it doesn't require any tools at all.
Yes most auto shops come equiped with the needed tools for torque testing. However, you may find that inspection stations, or lubes do not come with the ability to test the torque.
ten mill plug socket and long extension bar on ratchet
Not really, although depends on your knowledge, tools and manufacture era of each engine. Fuel injected or carbureted. Actually can be done in 6 - 10 hours.
there bonded windscreens and you need specialist tools to remove and fit, cheaper to get the experts to fit it than pay out for all the tools
The Tool Shop South African website offers many different types of tools. Some of the tools sold include power tools, torque wrenches, screwdrivers and automotive tools.
The best engine for search tools is google. Google provides many different search options, including tools to find geographical, biographical, and other types of information.
You can do it with special tools and a manual on your car from the parts store or autobooksonline.com