There should be a cap on top of the engine with a symbol that looks like an "Alladin" type lamp with a drop of oil coming out of the end. Unscrew this cap and pour the oil in there. But before you add oil, pull out the dipstick and wipe it off with an old rag...stick it back in all the way and then pull it out again...check where the oil level is...there will be markings on the end of the dipstick that say "add" and "full." In most vehicles, there is one quart of oil difference between the "add" and "full" mark...so if it is halfway between the "add" and "full," you'd add 1/2 quart of oil. If there is no oil on the dipstick or it is below the "add" mark, then put a full quart in. Then check the oil level again and add the appropriate amount to get it to the "full" mark. If your oil is very low you may have a leak. Check the oil frequently to make sure it is at the proper level. Several vehicles I have owned have had a slow leak and required a quart of oil every 6 weeks or so...this is not a big deal...I have driven them for a year or more with a leak...just keep the oil filled... HOWEVER, if you overfill the oil it will break the gaskets in the engine and it will be expensive to repair...don't fill it beyond the "full" mark...
Where does freon go in a 2003 Honda accord
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The dipstick for the 2004 Honda Accord is located beside of the battery. A funnel is needed to reach the tube to add fluid.
No it does not. You can add it though.
in the dipstick hole
Base dealer invoice for a base Honda Accord is $19849 however, prices can go as high as $32,000 depending on options. Dealer markup can add up to 20% or more to this price before negotiation or trade-ins are factored in.
Yes, with either a OEM Honda cruise control unit or aftermarket unit.
Thru dipstick tube w/narrow neck funnel.
Same place you check the fluid level.
Check the automatic transmission fluid level. If it is low add enough to reach the full mark. If it is not low seek professional help. If you have to add fluid use only Genuine Honda automatic transmission fluid. Use no substitute.
You don't add Freon as it has R134a not Freon. You add it to the low pressure side which is the larger hose.
You add fluid at the exact same place you check the fluid level. Warning: Use only Honda fluid, and use no substitute.
add transmission fluid
'91 Accord. If you are still using r12, its gonna cost about99 bucks a can. You'll find the ac fittings by the dryer (left front?) Dealers can install a conversion kit to the new freon for about 45 bucks, and the new freon is obviously much cheaper
There is a screw-on cap on a head cover. If you have a four-cylinder Accord you only have one head cover. If you have a V6 Accord it's on the cover closest to the front of the car. That's where you add oil.
in the plastic reservoir under the hood on the driver's side towards the front.
Same place you check the fluid level. Use only genuine Honda ATF DW1 and nothing else. Do not overfill.
If it is an automatic--through the dipstick tube If it is Standard through fill plug at side of transmission
add water or anti-freeze coolant
You add fluid the same place you check the fluid level.
At the transmission. Look on the right side of the engine down low on the transmission and you will see the dipstick.
Sure, you can add a horn if you wish. Just wire it into the exhisting horn or disconnect the OEM horns and add another one.