How To - Install Timing Belt (Honda Accord - 1992)
This is a fairly comprehensive video, and is true for most timing belts. Please feel free to ask any questions I will be happy to answer if I can. Thank you.
How to Replace a Honda Water Pump
Here's how to replace a water pump and engine coolant on a Honda with a 4 cylinder engine. This procedure applies to the Honda Accord, Element, CR-V and Acura TSX. The water pump is responsible for circulating coolant in the engine block. On Honda K24 series engines, the water pump is driven by the accessory belt, instead of the timing belt. This makes replacing the water pump fairly easy. Signs of water pump failure include a noisy bearing, coolant leaking from the mating surface, weep hole, or gasket, or a broken impeller. Replacing the water pump as a maintenance item before failure is recommended, because when the water pump does give out, the engine may over heat, causing serious engine damage. Replacing the water pump is fairly straight forward. The accessory belt is first removed, followed by the power steering pump and idler pulley. The power steering reservoir and hose is unclipped out of the way, allowing free access to the water pump near the bottom of the engine block. Next, the coolant must be drained from the radiator, and optionally, the engine block itself. There are six 10mm bolts that hold the pump to the block. Have a catch can ready down below when pulling the old pump off the engine as there may still be coolant left in the block. Clean all mating surfaces on the new pump and engine block with brake cleaner. Replace the gasket if necessary. Reinstall the water pump and torque it to 102 inch - pounds using a torque wrench. Getting the bolts exactly the same torque is critical to avoiding leaks, or broken bolts. Replace the idler pulley, power steering pump, belt and power steering reservoir. Refill the cooling system with a borate and silicate free compatible coolant. This is important, as the wrong coolant could cause buildup of deposits or internal engine corrosion. Do not use GM Dexcool coolant! Leave the radiator cap off and start the engine. Allow it to warm up and the bubbles to escape. Turn the heat on high, and don't rev the engine. Once the cooling fans turn on, and no more bubbles pop up from the radiator cap, replace it, and refill the coolant overflow jug. Take the vehicle for a test drive and ensure there are no leaks or issues with overheating. Replacing the thermostat is also recommended while the coolant has been drained from the engine. That procedure can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypngBdpPMhwd
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How to replace timing belt '97-'02 Honda Accord √
1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Honda Accord, Inline 4 cylinder, 2.3L engine. Replacing the timing belt on a 2001 Honda Accord. The belt has snapped so the car would not start. It just cranks over. Did this on December 23, 2015. Friend just needed the timing belt replaced to just get it running. I recommended to replace the water pump since it is in the area of the timing belt but she did not have enough money since it was Christmas time. How the NO START occurred. Friend was driving and came to a complete stop on a traffic light, suddenly the car just died. She tried to start it and it just keeps on turning/cranking over and not starting. Battery was just replaced a month ago, that's what she told me. Please watch here how I diagnose this car. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hKAly0M-iQ This applies to most Honda 4 cylinder engines that uses a timing belt. RepairPal App estimate: Timing belt repair: $474-$643 That includes parts: $118-$189 Labor cost: $356-$454 Labor time to complete this work: 3.7 hours The information contained in this video is for general guidance, not responsible for any errors or injuries that you have done. Please subscribe and thank you for watching. Follow me on TWITTER: @88bmyvegas and http://lasvegasautoinsider.blogspot.com/