Question about 1998 Honda Accord
Posted by Anonymous on
If you have a leak of any kind, it will be on your carport or garage floor. If it is engine rear seal it will be oil, if it is Trans then it will be reddish fluid.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Honda's are drain and refill only.The filter is internal inside the transmission and can only be accessed during an overhaul.On the bottom of the transmission case is a drain plug that is gold in color.It is removed using a 3/8" ratchet,or extension with a ratchet atached.There is also an aluminum washer that must be kept track of and reinstalled with the drain plug or a leak will occur.After draining the trans,and reinstalling the drain plug,Honda genuine automatic transmission fluid,or an equivalent with a highly fricition modified additive must be used,or harsh shifting can occur.I would install about 3 quarts after draining,and start checking the level at this point.The fluid level is checked with the engine OFF,on level ground.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
SOURCE: 1999 honda accord ex v6
The back brakes on my Honda Accord are disc brakes. After removing the brake cylinder assembly you will see the brake cylinder piston end has a slot in it. The short pin on the back side of the inner brake pad fits into this slot, but also it is used to 'Turn' (clock-wise) the piston back into the cylinder so you fit the assembly back over the new 'thicker' pads. You can not 'press' this piston back into the cylinder.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
SOURCE: right oil for my car
pfboyd is right. The old school thinking was that the thicker the oil, the better it is for the bearings. But, the car makers are doing a much better job of building motors to spec, and the oil quality has made considerable strides as well. I would not hesitate to use the recomended oil viscosity from the manufacturer.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
Yes, the seal has a pressed fit and is bolted on te rear of the engine, in fact all japanese cars do that, keeps them from leaking for a long time.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
If a seal is bad yes it will leak. You will have to check with a Honda dealership for accurate warranty information.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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