How many 02 sensor are on 2004 Honda Accord where are they located.?
All O2 sensors (AKA Air/Fuel sensors) are threaded into the exhaust system. Some before the catalytic converter (upstream) and some after the catalytic converter (downstream).
if it is a 4 cyl it is under the air intake hose at the back of the cyl head 2 10 ml bolts to remove. hope this helps
On firewall most cars, look for multi elec harness plugs ending at same location
The expansion valve on a 1997 Honda Accord AC is located in line with the tube that supplies liquid coolant to the air conditioner vapor. It is mounted right beside the tube.
In order to replace a condenser you must first find it under the hood. You can recognize it by finding a large aluminum cylinder with 2 lines that thread into it. After locating the condenser you must evacuate the AC system to release any pressure which may be inside of it. After doing so you can...
Four, two before the cats (upstream) and two after the cats (downstream).
where is the oxygen sensor location on a 1998 explorer bank 2 sensor
With an oil and filter change it holds 4.5 quarts.
Bank 1 would be the bank of cylinders that contain the number 1 cylinder. If it is a 4 cylinder engine there is only one bank. So, bank 1 sensor 1 would be the first sensor you come to in the exhaust system leaving bank 1 of the engine.
There are several O2 sensors on that vehicle and they are all threaded into the exhaust system at various points.
There are several O2 sensors on that vehicle and they are all threaded into the exhaust system at various points.
Open the trunk and remove the back plastic piece (if covered) from the backside of the taillight...locate the burned out bulb by turning on your headlights...when you find the bulb that is burned out, twist the bulb by grabbing it at the plastic end and turn it counter-clockwise then pull it stra...
Try checking the driver side dash between dash and the door.
It is not at the upper hose, i just checked mine. Follow the lower hose up behind the distributor.
The main relay on a 2001 Honda Accord is located on the driver side end of the cabin. Found in the kick panel it will be mounted to a bracket underneath the dashboard.
I think this is found over the right rear wheel.
Hey, if you want to begin diagnosing and adjusting you should probably spend the 18-20 bucks at the auto store on a Haynes or Clymer manual that includes your make model and year.The troubleshooting section toward the front of the book is a quick way to narrow your symptoms, to the situation that...
Underneath the car on the exhaust pipe. Where the 2 pipes join to one right where it turns into one pipe on top is the O2 sensor. http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?ForwardPage=/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/0c/f8/ae/0900823d800cf8ae.jsp you can see it here.
The vehicle speed sensor (VSS) on the 1997 Honda accord can be located on the passenger side of the vehicle. It's very hard to see as it is located directly below where the radiator hose connects to the engine. (Below the thermostat) If you disconnect and remove the air intake hose which runs fro...
Where is the crankshaft position sensor located on a 97 Honda Accord 2.2 non v tech and how do you replace it?
This would be located right behind the crankshaft. For the best assistance, you can use the users manual to get it fixed.
For model years 1992-99 the ecu should be found in the passengers footwell behind a plastic panel.
On top of the starter itself
You must insert a 5 digit code. Look in the glove box and owners manual for the code. If you cannot find the code then go here http://owners.honda.com and register your Honda. After registering and signing in look on the left under Quick Links and click Retrieve Radio/Navi code. Follow the instru...
I'm not familiar with that specific model, but the MAF is typically located on the air intake tubing which goes from the air filter. There'll be a plug which goes into it.The Mass Air Senor is located on the driver's side of the engine. It is attached to the air box lid.
contact your local dealer they will be glad to tell you. There is no special service needed at 90,000 miles other than the normal Air Filter & Cabin Filter replacement every 30,000 miles. Inspect all drive belts and hoses. You do need to replace Brake Fluid every 3 years independent of mileag...
I have a 2004 Accord V6 myself, and burn Shell exclusively. But, any major brand of Regular Unleaded is fine.
It is attached to the top of the fuel pump module. It can be replaced without removing the fuel pump module from the tank. There are two electrical connectors attached to the top of the fuel pump module. One has 4 wires that operates the fuel pump and fuel gauge. The other has three wires that op...
Bank one refers to the side of the engine that has the number one cylinder. Sensor 2 refers to the second sensor in the exhaust pipe coming from the engine, normally the one past the catalytic convertor.
If you're running on dry roads, there's no real need to have it on. TCS is intended more for wet and slippery roads.
Oxygen sensors are located within the exhaust stream, there is at least one oxygen sensor located before the catalytic converter and typically one in each exhaust manifold.Depending on the exhaust system design there may be one or two located after the catalytic converter to monitor its effective...
These sensors are located above the oil filter mounting bracket. You will need to drain engine oil. Use 10mm socket with extension to remove the oil filter mounting bracket. Then, use a 10mm socket to remove the bottom CPS, the upper one is more complicated due to AC line is on the way, gently, p...
The starter on the 89 Honda is on the top of the Transmission bell housing, on the 'passenger' side, It is basically just below the distributor. It is more accessable to get to it from the top of the car more then the bottom. The more extensions you have for your ratchet the better!
http://honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1065831 This is slightly close up so it's difficult to see in relation to the engine bay. Also this is a civic not an accord, but they are similar designs most likely. The physical location in on the passenger side of the engine. Either connected to or bolted s...
122,000 miles.Without knowing EVERYTHING there is to know about how the car was treated (driven AND maintained), you can have no expectations.If it is running well, you can KEEP it running almost as well for as long as you are devoted to MAINTAINING it that way.
Look at the pulley at the bottom of the engine. There is a metal pointer sticking out from the block, and the timing marks are on the pulley, where they will pass beneath or next to the metal pointer. if you haven't got the engine apart yet the mark is on the crank pulley. when you have it a part...
The oil drain plug is located on the bottom of the engine on the oil pan. Remove with 17mm wrench and tighten to 10 Lb/Ft torque and no more. The radiator drain plug is located on the bottom of the radiator. If you can't find it simply remove the lower radiator hose to drain the radiator.
2.5-3 quarts. After the last fill, use the dipstick to verify it's properly filled. Honda (unlike everyone else) wants you to check the transmission dipstick with the engine warmed up but NOT running.
3.5-liter Engine When equipped with a six-cylinder engine, the 2010 Honda Accord requires 4.6 qts.of 5W-20 motor oil.This engine requires 7 qts.of coolant.The five-speed B97A automatic transmission requires 8 qts.of fluid; the B90A automatic required 6.9 qts.of transmission fluid.
It is located under the dash panel (which has to be removed) to the left of the steering column.
With lots of newer cars, only the bulb is replaced as opposed to the whole headlight assembly. Check and see if you can twist off the bulb from the backside of the headlight. Or, just go to any auto parts store and give them your car's make and year. When they find the product, simply ask them ho...
The 92 Honda Accord with the 2.2 L engine and a 5 speed manual transmission gets 21 city and 28 highway mpg. The fuel tank holds 17 US gallons. You do the math.
Gas-only Accords have a 14.8-gallon tank, so a fill-up would cost $38.18 based on the national average for regular.An Accord Hybrid, though, would be able to travel 602 miles on one tank (using the EPA city/highway combined rating), while a gas-only Accord with the 1.5-liter engine could go just ...
The key has to be programmed at the dealership (usually $40-$80) using a cloning device that clones over your specific rolling code RF for your car. It is usually duplicated with an original key. The above is to start the car (ignition lockout), but if you are looking to just program the remote, ...
behind the glove box. push the 2 black tabs located on the sides of the glove box, outside going in, pull the glove box down, you will see the cover to the pollen filter's compartment. push the tabs on both ends of the cover, pull back towards you, replace the filter and put back in reverse. make...
It's generally accepted that the Honda Accord is one of the most reliable cars available, but according to the research from CarComplaints.com, there are good years and not so good years.If you're in the market for a used Honda Accord, what are the years to look for, and which years should you av...
According to the site my, Jeep should be able to go 40.86 miles once the light comes on and a Toyota Corolla can go 47.37 on average.Here are a few more models.The numbers might surprise you: Honda Accord 46.61 miles.
Timing chains are designed to last the life of the engine.Timing belts however are a different story.Need to know what year Accord and which engine you have.
every 40 to 50 thousand miles or depend how much you drive it daily.
Front seating area, driver side, under dash, above fuse block, mounted on kick panel. Front seating area, driver side, under dash, above fuse block, mounted on kick panel.Front seating area, driver side, under dash, above fuse block, mounted on kick panel.
Need to know which sensor, there are several.
The coolant temp sensor is the two wire sensor located near to where the upper radiator hose hooks to the engine.
It should have at least 2. One is just after exhaust manifold in the engine compartment. And 2nd is after catalytic converter.There are two sensors in that exhaust system. Only one is called an O2 sensor and it is located in the exhaust system after the catalytic converter, also known as downstre...
In the intake ductwork, probably soon after the air filter.
2000 Chrysler sebring,to replace battery car must go to dealer to have fender removed so new battery can be installed, they charge $169.00 for this work.Or they remove it through the hatch in the wheel well.Turn wheel fully left.Disconnect terminals.Remove the panel from the left wheel well.Remov...
All auto parts stores will install it free of charge, assuming you can get it there. If you cant; make sure you buy the correct size replacement, then;to remove: disconnect the negative (-) terminal, disconnect the positive (+), remove any bolts or straps that are holding it down and remove the b...
On a four-cylinder Camry engine, this is located between the alternator and exhaust manifold.On a V6 engine, the inlet pipe is bolted to the cylinder head with the thermostat housing at the back of the intake manifold.
Up to the fifth generation (1972-1995), all Honda Civics came equipped with only one oxygen sensor.In 1996, a second generation of vehicle On-Board Diagnostic (OBD-II) computers were introduced in the United States and the use of two oxygen sensors was required.
The eighth-generation Accord sedan and coupe (2008 to 2012) have received numerous complaints about excessive brake wear and noise, high oil consumption, engine misfires, and air conditioning problems.The oil consumption and misfire issues seem to be caused by faulty piston rings.
Try disconnecting the battery for about 10 minutes or have vehicle scanned and codes cleared
the upstream O2 sensors, are located on the top of the exhaust manifolds. they are sitting right there in the open where you can see them.
The thermostat on a 2005 Honda Element is located near the radiator where the hose meets the engine block. The cap and thermostat is all one piece.
The water pump on a 1999 Honda Passport is located behind the timing belt cover. The radiator and timing belt have to be removed to access the water pump.
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There are two screwed into the exhaust on the rear of the engine.
upstream (front) sensor (before catalytic converter)
Under the intake manifold. There are 2 of them.
Standing on the driver side, looking under the center intake manifold; you will see a round black object with a 10mm or 12mm bolt in the center, which is the knock sensor.
There should be 2 (upstream) O2 sensors (one for each bank of cylinders) before the catalytic converter and only one (downstream) O2 sensor after the catalytic converter. All 3 are threaded into the exhaust system.
The Engine coolant temperature sensor is installed in a coolant passage which is located at the front left cornerof the cylinder head.
I have heard it is located at the rear of the aircleaner assembly but it needs to be narrowed down from that vaque of answer.
the oil pressure sensor, for a dash with idiot lights (no gauge), is located on the top of the engine at the back behind the distributor virtically screwed in. The oil guage sensor, for a dash with an oil gauge, is located above the oil filter on the drivers side of the engine screwed in horizont...