The 2000 3.2 L should be a Multi-ort fuel injection system. If so, the fuel pressure regulator is attached to the end of the Fuel Rail. You can see this in a diagram the Chilton total car care repair manuel (about $14.00). If your not getting fuel pressure, check the fuel pump and the in line fuel filter as well.
The fuel pressure regulator is located on the fuel rail of the engine. The regulator is placed at end of the fuel rail.
Yes , the 3.2 liter V6 engine in a 1997 Honda Passport ( IS an interference engine )
I have 245/70R16 tires on a Honda Passport SUV. What is the proper air pressure for the tires?
An interference engine ( according to the Gates website the 3.2 liter V6 in a 2001 Honda Passport is an interference engine )
It depends on what type of engine and transmission the Passport has.
The whole car was made by Isuzu, including the engine.
No this V6 is not an interference engine. However the cam belt should be replaced at 75,000 miles. Reason being is that the 1998 Honda Passport is nothing more than a rebadged Isuzu Rodeo, and was not built by Honda and does not have a Honda engine. It has an Izuzu engine.
The thermostat is located in the housing on the engine side of the upper radiator hose on a Honda Passport 3.2 engine. You will have to take the air filter tubing off to get to it.
At idle fuel pressure should be 30-37 psi.At WOT or without the pressure regulator vacuum hose attached it should be 38-46 psi.
Oil gets thinner when its hot. Use a slightly higher viscosity.