The spark plugs need to be tighter but dont go all hulk on it either. That's part of the answer. Too much torque and you've fucked a coil pack. Get a long funnel to fit down in that hole and fill with aprox. Even if you've never done it before, it's very straightforward. In addition, you probably are quite overdue for a timing belt change - generally these cars have a major service right around 105k. I would have attempted to do the flush and fill myself, but there is no drain plug either.
Another non-silicate coolant may be used as a temporary replacement. For accurate results, wait about 60 seconds but no longer than 90 seconds before doing step 2. I have kept synthetic oil in it since new, change it about every 8k, or when it looks dirty. You can not put a bit around the bolt because it is completely round. Gap the new plugs YouTube it and put them in. Did full system flush drain and refill 3x , but transmission still has some shudder.
It should be pretty easy to drain and replace your fluid. The brake fluid change does seem tricky, from reading things I've learned you're running the risk of air being sucked in? Put plug in add fluid. Pour the fluid slowly and carefully so you do not spill any. Takes maybe a minute to get the hang of it. I have never had the car balanced, rotated, or aligned, but I'm assuming it was done when I purchased it. I'll put tie rod ends and ball joints on the list.
Honda claims you must use Honda fluid in order to prevent damage, and for transmission to shift properly. I have recently had to remedy 3 broken plugs in my friends car. That drain plug should have some kind of gasket to help it seal they dont have to be super tight. Not to mention the bolts may snap in half if torqued too much, or may come loose if not tight enough. Let me tell you, without the tools we had, you would have to tow the car to a mechanic. If you are concerned about the remaining fluid, perform another drain and fill cycle immediately. Check your manual or call the service department.
Bleeding brakes is actually really easy after you've done it once, it's just good to have someone with you that knows how the first time. Consult your Owner's Manual for your vehicle's specific maintenance information. Thank you Are you aware if the proper torque is also required for finishing up the oil change, differential, and brake? Or are you referring to maintenance schedules often published by dealerships? It sounds like your motor mounts may be bad if you are getting shaking. Honda has been developed sophisticated transmissions through years and it is critical that you add the exact type of transmission fluid stipulated by your owner's manual typically in the back of the manual in a section titled Fluid Capacities. Have 70K miles without changing and was told by dealership that it should be drained and refilled because it was no longer pink-ish in color and was brown. Also, coolant replacement intervals should not be exceeded, as there is no difference in the coolant replacement interval between normal and severe conditions.
Both were at the end of their life cycles. I am 100% positive it is not required for spark plugs or drain plugs. I do not know how to change entire system. There is no pan to drop or filter to change on a Honda transmission. I strongly recommend replacing the fluid at least every 30 or 40,000, even if the manufacturer list something longer. Some quick-lube places will just attach the machine to a cooler line, exchange the fluid, and call it done. Please reference your Honda Owner's Manual or your Honda Dealer for additional questions regarding your vehicle's maintenance.
The transmission is not located on the driv … er's side of a '95 Accord. That little spot that did not look right, sent me to the doctor. Your owner's manual indicates which viscosity is best for your Honda. The spark plugs are right on top. Jack the car up, remove the front left tire and support the car on solid stands. A Google search will give you many sites with detailed instructions on changing transmssion fluid. Drain and replace with a Honda transmission.
Our authorized dealers know your vehicle inside and out, and can provide competent, efficient service. This not only ensures the correct lengths but also the correct attachments. Warm engine and turn it off. Go to a Honda deale … r and purchase the correct fluid. You must follow Honda's recommended oil and filter change intervals shown in your owner's manual. Many after-market repair services, such as the mass-marketers chain stores , hire non-Honda-trained people to work on your high-technology vehicle. The thing has gone 100k miles without any problems.
Experts that know way more about oil than I ever will, tend to lean towards using honda fluid as well. Is it a bad idea to only replace two? Mechanic friend is tremendously helpful. Eg the Service A or B or C followed by 123456. There is a ton of info out there, just use good ol' Google Find the transmission. Air filter, cabin filter if you have one.