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2004 Honda Civic Air Filter 4 Cyl 2.0L Full

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2004 - Honda Civic L 4 Cyl 2.0L 122 1998
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2011 Honda Fit Air Filter NPN

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2011 - Honda Fit
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2005 - Honda Pilot
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2011 - Honda Accord V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3471
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2002 - Honda Passport
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1999 Honda Passport Air Filter Full

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1999 - Honda Passport
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1994 Honda Passport Air Filter Full

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  • ; Production: 10/1993-
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1994 - Honda Passport EX Fr:10-00-93
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1994 Honda Passport Air Filter Full

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1994 Honda Passport Air Filter 6 Cyl 3.2L Full

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1994 - Honda Passport RWD V 6 Cyl 3.2L - 3165 Fr:11-00-93
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  • ; Production: 11/1993-
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2008 Honda CR-V Air Filter Full

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honda civic air filter housing replacement

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Question From chris on honda civic air filter housing replacement

My son stripped the screws on the airfilter housing on his 2003 civic. The casing underneath the cover is damaged (cracked due to the soft plastic and turning bolts).
What is involved in removing the entire housing, not just the cover? Several bolts are visible in front and on the side.
Does the casing which it slides into need to be removed also? Are there any hidden bolts which secures everything?
Any suggestions would be appreciated

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

Sorry I personally have not had to remove one and there is no information on that procedure in my service manual. What you could do is get the replacement part and that should show you where all the retainers are.
Again sorry for not being of much help but I can’t see it being all that difficult.
Dan.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

A junkyard just might be a good place for this. Good luck,

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Dan - still love that waving flag!! T

95 Honda Civic

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Question From Guest on 95 Honda Civic

As you will quickly find out, I am not a mechanic by any stretch.

I am curious if anyone knows if there is a filter for the blower motor for the a/c - heater...and can it be cleaned or replaced?
Blower motor is running, but not much air is coming out.
Any help is greatly appreciated.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Cars that use cabin air filters need periodic replacement filter. If air flow is low on recirc then it's probably a different issue. Check owner's manual to see if this modes uses a filter at all,

T

honda idles up and down alot

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Question From Guest on honda idles up and down alot


when ever i start my 1994 honda civic hatchback, it revs up and down sparatically, but after about 5-10 minutes, it will smooth out. doesnt matter if its cold or warm out, and every once and awhile it wont start. i havent done a tuneup on it since i got it last year, but im not sure if it would help or not. i just hope its not the stupid fuel pump-
please help!

Response From dmac0923 Top Rated Answer

id say a basic tune up is in order.

air filter
plugs
wires
fuel filter.


but besides that, the hunting idle could be caused by a dirty throttle body or idle control valve.

does it smooth out after the engine warms up?

Honda Accord 2002 V6 Engine Noise (?)

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Question From oceanguy2821 on Honda Accord 2002 V6 Engine Noise (?)

Hi, does anyone have an idea of what this type of engine noise could be? It sounds like its coming from inside the engine but it might be from a nearby component (sorry - not a mechanic).

Here is a link to a Youtube video of the engine running

Its an older car with about 160,000 miles on it.

Thanks!

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

OK - In that you said you were NOT a mechanic still things you could do: Check all air intake parts from beginning, thru air filter and on that they are in place, no leaks or splits in anything.


Another is to just wet the belt with engine off and see if the noise is gone for a short while. If so it's a belt driven item, if no change that's not conclusive of anything.


Check fluids and if all checks have a tech just take a listen for you and suggest what it could be. Real hard with noises to compete with being right there,


T

Response From oceanguy2821

Thanks! I will definitely follow up by checking these components.

1980 Honda Accord

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Question From BCR on 1980 Honda Accord

My 1980 Honda Accord was running very rough, and stalling when I stopped at a light. I checked all vacuum hoses, replace ones cracked. Still had the problem. The car would run when cold, but stalled at lights, and hesitated when running at 2000 RPM in 4th gear. When I closed off the vac hose from the carburetor to the shot air valve, it ran perfect. My thinking is that there is something in that valve not operating right. Can it be cleaned? I have checked for a replacement, none are available, except in Europe for 211 Euros. For that, I'll just drive the car bypassing the valve.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What "air valve" are you referring to? If a choke item you kinda need it. Quite likely better off plugged for the moment than leaking but need to know what valve you are dealing with, -- a diaphragm, tree valve, temp sensor valve??

T

Response From BCR

Here is a link to a diagram for the vacuum tubing for an 87 Carburetor. The "valve" is in the same position as my 1980 version. It's ref#6 on this diagram, called a "Shot Air Valve". The hose I disconnected is the large one leading to the carburetor. http://www.hondapartsnow.com/engine/e__0201~1987~honda~civic~3dr_dx_1500~4at~ka~carburetor~tubing.html

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I looked at the diagram and can't figure out what the heck it's really for from that and not sure what #6 was in the drawing.

Ok: the vac hose goes to it - where does it go from there - perhaps that will help me/us??

T

Response From BCR Top Rated Answer

This link shows the tube diagram better. It's for the 1980 make and model Honda Accord. The tube I cut and capped was #18 on this diagram. There are a total of three tubes coming out of this valve, the third is a large diameter tube that hooks into the underside of the air filter. The mechanic who helped me says that this shot air valve is basically a PCV type valve. http://www.hondapartsnow.com/engine/e__0201~1980~honda~accord~3dr_lx~5mt~ka~fuel~tubing.html

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I'm not a bunch of help for this so I'll just state some generalities.

If plugging a PCV valve which is a metered vacuum leak improves the whole show then there probably is another vacuum leak making it leaking excessive.

Hose (vacuum) that go to air cleaner are either sensing air temp inside the area which in turn decide whether hot air off exhaust manifold should be used as incoming air or cooler ambient air. They can also be delays for choke pull offs and when the first hint of warm air is in air cleaner assy the pull off might open more.

Other hoses to air filter housing would be for filtered air return to replace what a PCV would suck out of crankcase air instead of just what's out there dirty air.

I'm at a loss to advise much on this. If this device is leaking vacuum (air) from where it shouldn't you should get a reaction by spraying carb cleaner at the item with engine idling and idle would change. It shouldn't. Use care spraying carb cleaner around as it can catch fire so use all precautions and not to do that with a really hot engine.

If a needed part with a diaphragm is leaking and shouldn't most can be pried open and the rubber fixed with liquid Neoprene sold as "wet suit glue" or more commly as liquid electrical tape - brush in cap type thing. These should tolerate heat AND be oil resistant while sealing and staying flexible.

I've fixed some expensive junk like that, that wasn't intended to come apart but could be recrimped closed again.

More: If by plugging that thing all runs great now but if the PCV system can't work the vapors will really pollute the oil in the engine as it needs to be vented for fresher air above oil to some degree. Way back when prior to PCV a tube just went to the ground and oil filler caps were vented to let air in - laugh - that ended in 1963 for gosh sake - I'm getting old!

Just off the cuff: A lot of emission controls for early 80s were trying to warm up engine asap and shut down chokes asap as well as the cold run time is big on pollutants. There is also some system to catch vapors from gas tank and possibly the vapor area over fuel in carb to be absorbed in a charcoal canister and allowed back into intake for burning and disallowing venting at all will cause issues like fuel pump can't fight against a vacuum or fuel can't enter carb properly as the air space over it is sealed up tight. That equates to sealing the top of a toilet tank after flushed and the water can't come in unless the air can vent out the cover - carbs and toilet tanks have some things in common!

You have the Honda part # and that particular site didn't have the item which is still uncertain to me if it's broken or not but for stuff like that - literally go to real parts stores and ask with the #s in hand. The stuff is out there - it's just not all so easy to find on the web.

Good luck with it. Let us know if you find out more about this thing,

T

Response From BCR

Thanks Tom, I'll yank the valve off and see if it's fixable. Good point on checking the stores. I tried first through a dealer, and they didn't even know what the part was... course, the car is probably older than he is.