2001 Honda Odyssey Timing Belts and Water Pump Part 2
Here is part 2 of maintenance on the 2001 Honda Odyssey Video sponsor http://essentialhandyman.com/ for your Highlands Ranch Handyman also serviceing Littleton, Centennial and Denver - Call to day 303-916-9005 Lone Tree Colorado
Power Steering Pump Overhaul/Rebuild 2002 Honda Odyssey
This is a detailed video of my procedure for performing a complete overhaul and rebuild of the power steering pump on a 2002 Honda Odyssey. At 178,000 miles, it developed a leak and I decided to attempt an overhaul on the pump rather than buying a replacement. I purchased a repair kit online from Rock Auto for around $20 including shipping. Since a quality rebuilt/remanufactured pump can cost upwards of $200, I thought it was worth a try. The repair kit which included all of the o-rings and seals was a Gates brand, part #348527. With the right basic tools and some patience, it is not a very difficult job. UPDATE: The leak was not with the pump after all. This project was a worthwhile attempt at fixing the problem and I enjoyed learning about the process of overhauling the pump. However, the leak was actually in the high pressure hose. Here's my follow-up video on what turned out to be the ultimate fix. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckuxUVF16k8 I win!
Honda Odyssey Timing Belt Replacement Part 1 of 2 - Auto Repair Series
WARNING: This video contains annotations that may not be visible on the YouTube Droid app. For part 2 of 2 click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Y22ZbYe9x4 Timing belt, water pump, rollers replacement: 5 to 8 hours. ($200 / $575 / $975) Detailed instructions on how to replace the timing belt on a Honda Odyssey. This job was preformed on a 1999 model but will likely apply to most V6 Honda cars around the same year. This part 1 goes through the entire process of the removal procedure.
How to replace the clock light on Honda Odyssey
Brought to you by: http://www.odysseyfix.net Did this help you? Donate bitcoins here: 171pVJUV3tNmwnTuDU4RDngGujzTd7kDvG This video will show you how to replace the light on the Honda Odyssey dash clock. It is a quick fix and the part is $2 from Radio Shack (#7219). If they don't have that part try # 272-1092. (Thanks John Garcia & Julius Baltazar!)