1993 Honda Accord odometer changing to 300000 miles
This is my 1993 Honda Accord odometer rolling over to 300,000 miles. Let's see an American-made car do that on the original engine and transmission! I bought it 3 years ago with 270,000 miles on it. I paid $600 US. Think about it. A relatively cheap monthly car payment for a new car is $200 per month. In three months, I got my money back! I haven't had to do much for it. I do all my own work on the car. I did the timing belt at 272,000 miles. That was probably the biggest expense I put into it as far as time and money go (more so time.) It only left me stranded once and of course it was the distributor igniter (older Honda's weak point.) I had new tires put on and did my own oil changes and tune-ups on it. The a/c still works! The body could be in better shape. The wheel-wells have the usual rust on it. The clutch has over 100000 miles on it yet it doesn't slip and seems to be strong. The c/v axle has been clicking since I got it, but I haven't changed it yet. I think I will sell it this summer or something. So the Big Three automakers are tanking, yet Honda, Toyota, and other foreign name cars are doing ok. Hmmm, I wonder why? It's called quality. Sure some Honda's are riddled with problems and some Big Three cars never have any major problems, but look at the big picture.
1993 Honda Accord goes for a test drive
This 1993 Accord LX is in awesome condition. It has around 89,500 original
miles on it. Air, cruise, power locks, power windows, automatic
transmission, American Racing alloy wheels. The car had just one owner
from when it was new in 1993 until May 2010 when I bought it from a
relative as a favor. I had the car detailed inside and out, and have had
it serviced etc. It has the original factory paint and upholstery etc. I
think the color was called Arcadia Green Pearl. The Pioneer stereo is
brand new, has a USB input and supports most current playback formats
including iPod and iPhone, also has a remote control. The tires are in
very good condition. The front brakes and master cylinder were replaced in
March, also the battery. The engine timing belt was replaced around 70,000
miles. The car was regularly serviced, have all the paperwork. Also have
the owner's manual etc. It was always garaged at night.
There are a few minor nicks in the paint and such as would be expected in a
car this age. It's not perfect but you're unlikely to find one nicer.
This is a super-clean first car for a student, or as a daily driver for
someone commuting to work. Never a lit cig in it either.
Have the Carfax report too, which is squeaky clean.
(sorry about the finger in the top left corner of the image, still getting
used to a new camera)
Note: The valves have been adjusted since this video was made and the
engine is quieter now.
The video was shot with a Sony Cybershot DSC-TX7 camera.
Honda Accord goes 400,000 miles
In 1992 my father bought a new Honda Accord. He passed it on to me in 2001
after putting 285,000 miles on it. I thought it would blow up before I made
it down the street but here I am still driving it in 2009 and making it to
400,000 miles. The question now is will it make it to 500,000?
1989 Honda Accord Coupe w/ 249k Miles, Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
A true testimonial to Honda reliability! In this video I give a full in
depth tour of a 1989 Honda Accord Coupe. I take viewers on a close look
through the interior and exterior of this car while showing details, over
viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself.
I also show the engine and the details of it, start it up and see how it
sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to
give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
1990 Honda Accord odometer changing to 400000 miles
I got this car when i was 16 (first car in high school), it used to be my
mom's who bought it brand new in 1990. Everything is all original;
suspension, motor, clutch was replaced along with other minor parts. Now
it's 2009 and i am STILL driving it. I just bought a BMW M3, but i still
use this as my everyday car. I do all my own work to it, so its still in
pretty good shape. What an AMAZING car! I've driven the crap out of it and
it still runs with no problems. One of the window motors is shot and the
latch is broken on the driver's side back door, otherwise, not bad for a 20
yr old car.
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Discussion about this Video:
I feel like I should have made this video a while ago but the opportunity
never came up. Since I had this RL in my shop that had a check engine
light AND an ABS light I thought it was a perfect opportunity to put this
video together. I get asked all the time about my 'special tool' and it's
really nothing more than a Honda 2 pin connector with the input wires
soldered together. These connectors might be harder to find than you think
but if you run across a junk honda and one of these is on the harness grab
it. Even if you don't have the tool a paper clip or piece of wire will do
the exact same thing so don't sweat it if you don't have the tool because
shorting the connector is all you need to do.
I hope you find this video helpful.
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1996 Toyota Tacoma 600,000 miles!
I bought this truck used with 33,000 miles on it. It still has the original
engine, transmission, air conditioning, back brakes (yes back brakes!)
water pump, Original K & N air filter. I change the oil every 5,000 miles
sometimes I go well over 12,000 miles without an oil change and that's the
truth! coz' I thought this truck wouldn't last any longer but it still goes
so I think it's time I baby this truck and change the oil more often. NO
additives were added to this engine like synthetic engine treatments. Why
do I have so many miles people ask? Coz' I used to work as a messenger
driver for a shipping company.
Update: My back brakes were finally replaced at 624,517 miles. This truck
is being maintained by my good friend and mechanic Tony at Glendora Auto.
676 E. San Bernardino Road, Covina CA 91723. 626-331-3100. You need an
honest mechanic if you want your truck to last!!!
400, 000 km and counting!
the odometer turned out blurry, but what you are watching is my car hitting
the 400,000 km mark (248 548 miles) as I returned from the Shoreline
Festival on PEI...quite the milestone! i bought this car when it had
~300,000 km on it and my backwoods honda mechanic assured me i could easily
get "a couple hundred thousand" out of it...
DIY How to : CB7 1993 Honda Accord Oil Change [HTC HD2]
My awesome Carsponsors vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Q_V-XiZYE0
Video covering the basic oil change procedure for the vintage 1993 Honda
Accord 2.2 L I4 F22A6 motor. Oil changes for this car are really easy.
Video shot with HTC HD2
Honda accord timing belt noise
UPDATE.-Timing belt has been loosend however noise still remains-------ive
had my timing belt replaced and now it seems to be making this strange sort
of noise around 1000rpm as you can see, do YOU think this is a serious
problem? leave us a comment and tell us what you think
2hp: Mazda 6 VS Honda Accord
Today we'll compare Mazda6 and Honda Accord. Mazda has
become more attractive, masculine and aggressive, at the same time Accord
has grown up and has become more heavy and ambitious.
1993 Accord after O2 sensor replacement.
So, I replaced the 02 sensor....after 16 years. Now the car is giving a
better response, and driving faster. Plus seems like its going to get
better gas mileage too.
I am turning in the video alot...so thats a reason for the slow speed.