H22A Crx Startup
After about a week of prep work and putting together all the wiring and
what not, it was time to start the car. This is our third attempt because
the first two times, the distributor was wobbling for some reason. We took
it off and repositioned it. The third time it worked perfectly.
Honda Accord VTEC Solenoid Gaskets Replacement
In this video I show you how to replace both VTEC solenoid valve gaskets
(valve to cylinder head and solenoid to valve) on 1994-1997 Accords.
This is a common cause of oil leaks on the upper passenger side of the
engine next to the distributor shaft seal, distributor o ring, and valve
It seems the same engineers who buried the Accords fuel filter also decided
to make the VTEC solenoid valve difficult to remove as well. One of the
bolts for the valve is buried so deep you have to partially drain the
cooling system and use a u-joint to get it out.
I take your through the process step by step from removal of all the parts
to re installation.
This video ran a bit longer than I wanted it to but considering how
deceptively easy this job looks at first glance (until you can't get that
one remaining hidden bolt on the valve off to remove it) I decided to leave
in as much detail as possible.
You will need to add new coolant and bleed the cooling system to avoid
engine damage after you're done. If you need that info here is the link to
my cooling system bleeding video.
Honda part numbers used in the video:
Solenoid to valve gasket: 36172-P0A-005
VTEC valve to cylinder head gasket: 15825-P0A-015
VTEC oil pressure switch o-ring: 91319-PR3-003
Thermostat housing to intake gasket: 91312-P0A-000
Thermostat housing to connecting pipe o-ring: 91314-PH7-003
These part numbers should work on all 1994-1997 Accords with VTEC but as
always check with your dealer to confirm these part numbers will work with
Intro and outro music by Kevin Macleod (Incompetech.com).
AFAccord's 417whp F23 Turbo Accord - HD Vids and Dyno
I only had a week to drive the car after it was tuned and wasn't able to
wire up my ECU switch in time to get any high Boost runs on video. Sorry guys! I'll make
plenty of high-Boost videos when I
come home, so subscribe!
Music rights belong to Gemini - Graduation of AEI Media.
Parts and Specs:
-F23 block, bored to 86.5mm
-Wiseco K20 spec pistons @ 10.2:1 compression
-SwainTech ceramic coating on piston crowns
-Crower F23 rods
-OEM main bearings (pink across all journals)
-ACL HX rod bearings
-Kaizenspeed balance shaft delete kit
-Bisimoto heat-shielding intake manifold gasket
-Bisimoto Pro valve springs
-Bisimoto Pro valve retainers
-Bisimoto cam gear
-Innovative 65A engine mounts
-Maxbore F23 throttle body
-MFactory limited slip differential
-DIY ramhorn turbo manifold
-DIY 2.5" charge piping from CXRacing
-28"x8"x3.5" FMIC from Go-Autoworks
-Triple-core half-size radiator from Go-Autoworks
-3" Straight pipe Exhaust
-3" Vibrant Flat black muffler
-Garrett T3/T4 57 trim turbo
-ACT Xtreme pressure plate
-ACT Streetlite flywheel
-ACT performance street disc
-Tial 38mm wastegate
-Tial Q BOV
-P61 OBD1 ECU
-Tuned using eCtune by the infamous... Joseph Davis!
2001 Honda Accord Type-R Review
Brendan Coogan takes the 2001 Honda Accord Type-R for a test drive to see
what it has to offer. This 2.2L legendary VTEC engine produces 212bhp,
which is enough to take the Accord to 60mph in 7.5 seconds and onto a top
speed of 145mph.
1994-1997 Honda Accord Rear Motor/Engine Mount
This is 1996 Honda Accord sedan 4 cylinder automatic. We are replacing the
rear vacuum assisted engine/motor mount. The mount is a common mount that
gets broken and starts causing vehicle vibrations when the car is in motion
or at idle speed.
The rear motor mount is all the same with the automatic transmission. Here
are the tool's that we used in this tutorial.
Jack lift with 2 jack stands, 1 wooden block
1/2 Impact wrench
3/8 and 1/2 for;
- 10mm,12mm, 14mm, 17mm sockets
- 12 inch and 6 inch extensions
- Universal joint
- deep 14mm socket
Long 14mm and 17mm wrench
flex head ratchet
needle nose pliers
Philip screw driver
Note: When putting everything back in the reverse order, here is the list
of what to do that will help make it easier for you.
- Hand thread all the bolts in place before you tighten them all down,
it'll make all the parts move easier and helps you put all the bolts back
in the proper position.
- It's easier to put the vacuum hose back from the bottom of the vehicle.
- Make sure to put the Exhaust bracket
in before you put the other 2 brackets on top to secure it in place.
- You have to play with the jack lift to put the bolt that goes through the
3 brackets to the transmission housing i.e Exhaust bracket, motor mount bracket, and the
Motor mount torque is 43ft. lbs, but its hard in tight spaces, so use your
impact wrench. Just don't over torque it!
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