The expansion valve is then right there. Yeah, I know nothing about cars. You did say alldata and my haynes online manual had instructions for removing the evaporator? Hi redwards69, I looked in the Honda factory service manual and they don't have a replacement procedure for the expansion valve. The valve is mounted vertically in the intake manifold. I think it does have one.
I'm going to keep researching until I have determined that an actual fix was made or not. Glad i spent 35 bucks on that! Neither does Mitchell On Demand or AllData. The illustration in the factory service manual of the evaporator looks like the valve might be an integral component of the evaporator. Just trying to save myself another headache! It is at the rear side of the engine almost directly below the center of the front edge of the top of the air cleaner housing. But there is no information that I can find about a specific fix that Honda implemented to deal with this problem.
The fuel pump is mounted inside the fuel tank on top. The brake, battery, and door lights all came on and stayed on. Neither does Mitchell On Demand or AllData. Please if your submission gets removed or marked as spam. You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. It was a rollover that i repaired myself.
Everyone knew that coming in. Go to auto zone and have the codes read. Basically you pull out glove box and then there are about three bolts that hold evap housing. Note that this subreddit is unofficial, and you may get responses from anybody. There are even reports of 500K. I evacuated it until it was right.
I am looking for the specific info about any technical info about a fix that was done to prevent this issue or to replace the compressor which seems to be the root of the problem. I do the same research on any model I evaluate but none of the other models have this level of high probability problem. Then he put 134a in the system without a gauge. Technical posts are welcome here however. I used to crew for a Honda race team. Do not use the psi listed on the tires because it indicates the maximum allowed psi for that brand of tire and is not the correct amount if inflation.
Just would like a couple pics so i know what i'm looking for! Open up the trunk and look under the mat to the left. If anyone knows of subreddits other than for automotive mechanical support, please message the mods so we can add it! The only difficulty is that the air… I had a similar situation with my 2000 Accord. Hi redwards69, I looked in the Honda factory service manual and they don't have a replacement procedure for the expansion valve. Try to understand that other problems are being reported with much lower levels of probability. If she pushed on the gas just a little it would stop. I bought the expansion valve at auto zone, and I was originally told by Tires Plus that it needed to be replaced. You made yourself a ton of assumptions in your last post and then got quite nasty.
Subreddits you may also enjoy: Hi. Well my genius brother came over and told her the freon was low. There are two possibilities; the alternator or the battery. Very easy to take off. The air is cold again and the clutch is not clicking on and off anymore but there is a 5 second hissing sound behind the glovebox. I am not avoiding those years. I told her I would check the idle when I got home.
So Can someone give me some guidance on how to do this, where its located. There is a special tool for that you can buy from your Honda dealer, or you can pay them… Don't know, but if you check the drivers side door there is a sticker that has those specifications on it. On a V6 it is at the front, just right of center on top of the intake maifold port and under the black plastic cover that is held on by two plastic screws. The repair sometimes has to be done multiple times. If you contact one of our tech service reps at 1-800-442-9637 they will be able to furnish you with an evaporator removal and installation procedure. If I can't find it, then I will likely go on to my next candidate. It was also idleing at 500 or sometimes below.
Yes, that's pretty much the procedure. Any used car has the potential for a 2k repair. Pretty much proving only that you don't understand how specific information can be used to avoid a specific problem and that your self worth is somehow attached to your internet activities. I know I have to take out the glove box and get to it that way, but after that not so sure. They did settle a class action law suit on it, but if a technical fix was never made, Then I'm going to have to buy something else. Would it be a good idea to get replace the evaporator as well? It didn't even list or show the part anywhere, even after doing a search.