You'll have to unbolt that, and then after you take it up and out, it's actually the one housing for both the fuel pump and the filter. Once you've got the flare nut loosened and it will turn freely, you can move on to the banjo bolt. The AutoGuide network operates more than 100 automotive forums where our users consult peers for shopping information and advice, and share opinions as a community. A flare-nut crow's foot is the same thing, only it looks like the closed end part of a wrench with a small portion cut out of it. Not sure about a 1995, but when I questioned my Honda dealer about the filter on my 1998 Accord, he said it was not necessary to change it.
Are you looking to bring new. But it's not as bad as it sounds. The filter is attached to the pump and can be changed. I disconnected two vacuum lines, and undid the mount on the wire harness that runs through this area next to the master cylinder, to make more room to see, and for my hands to work down in this area. Refer to a manual for this. About the size of an old snuff jar from the 1900s.
Remove the banjo bolt and put it where you can find it later. So that's an insulator for you. Thank you for using FixYa. I held a larger wrench to the open end of the bracket, and carefully bent it back in to position. I had to remove mine a couple of times to straighten the bracket when putting it back together. Failure to do this will lead to a dangerous fuel leak.
Disconnect the fuel lines and remove the fuel filter Caution: When disconnecting the fuel lines, slide back the clamps then twist the lines as you pull, to avoid damaging them. It'll make your life so much easier. Aaa observed the battery needed recharging which solved the problem. So, take a few minutes and read what I'm about to write. If so, then you may have already figured out the culprit is the fuel pump. Turn the car off and let it sit for three minutes. It is located in the front of the carb but you mu … st remove the air filter housing to reach it.
Remove the dust and pollen filter assembly from the evaporator case. That way, you can put more muscle into breaking flare nuts loose without running as much risk of stripping your flare nut as you do with an open-ended wrench or crow's foot. I will go ahead and save you the excitement and let you in on a little secret. The inlet and outlet lines are completely different; you can't mix them up. It's okay if the flare nut is still slightly in the fuel filter. The fuel filter also maintains the flow of fuel reaching the engine and combustion chamber to ensure that the right amount of fuel is being made available.
Learn how to do just that. It might take some muscle. The rest of the way is a snap. Warning Perform this job in a well-ventilated area because the gas fumes may be harmful. Once the banjo bolt head is loose, unscrew the bolt with your fingers. I put the front of the car up on jack stands, so I recommend you have a pair of those and a floor jack to raise your car up.
Don't be afraid to put a little muscle into tightening both sides of the line, but don't get ridiculous. It is recommended that the first thing you do is release the fuel pressure. Trust me, it can be done. Dispose of the old filter and place the new fuel filter in the clamp. Sure, it was long, but I promise you, by taking 10 minutes to read this, you saved yourself an hour of work and a lot of stress from cursing the engineers at Honda Motor Corp. If not, you should replace the washers of the upper fuel line when you replace the filter.
The purpose of this is to have the tool fit around the metal line, but still wrap around five of the six corners of the flare nut. I started taking it apart, but had to put everything back together and go get the right stuff to complete the task. Also, to be sure you are getting fuel, pull one of the spark plugs. At worst, it may lead to a destroyed fuel pump and fuel system. The pump is located in the.
Remove the damper from the glove box then let the glove box hang down. Auto repair shops can charge you a fortune and not even give a quality repair sometimes. The filter requires a 19mm wrench as a backup, to apply force to hold the filter in place as the 14mm being used to remove the fuel line from the bottom. If you are seeking to replace your fuel filter I strongly encourage you to stop by an autoparts store and pick up a Hayes Manual for your vehicle. Jun 06, 2009 Should be two on your car. Unscrew the oil cap located on the valve cover. This will also help to ensure the filter has a proper seal.
It is recommended that you replace the fuel filter every 30,000 to 40,000 miles. I recommend leaving the bolt that holds the bracket onto the filter alone and removing the filter and bracket as one piece. It took two or three tries. Once that's done, you're finished with the top side of the car. Now, that you've got both fuel lines off or at least loose , you can remove the 10mm bolt that holds the fuel filter bracket to the car. I said there is no way transmission should be going out on a 2007 model vehicle with only 117,000 miles.