If you have any aftermarket stuff tht is not listed, you must remove it just like it was installed. When preparing for this job, be sure to set aside 3 hours and have all of the right tools. Remove the 4 U-joint bolts that hold the driveshaft to the rear differential. There are several methods for getting the axles out. The drive shaft will come down, and then you can simply pull it out of the transmission end. To make this task easier, remove some or all of the spark plugs from the engine. Remove the screws that are holding the radiator in place on the frame with the screwdriver.
It is held on by 4 10mm plastic screws. Lower the vehicle to the ground. That means I'd like to start tearing into the Civic and possibly remove the engine. You will need a box end wrench to tighten the rear bolt. Undo the 3 17mm bolts that go down into the transmission.
When you have a four wheel drive vehicle, like a jeep, the transmission works with a transfer case that splits the power in half to work both the front and rear axles. Notice the right-hand mount has slotted holes where the mount bolts to the top of the mount does not line up perfectly the frame rail bracket you can use slotted holes to shift the mount to the right or left to compensate. The cover is normally made of thin metal or aluminum and is held in place by a several 10mm or 12mm bolts. However, if your balljoints have not been separated in a long time, you will probably need to use an appropriate tool to separate them. Test fit the bracket on the mount after bending the cross-member to make sure enough was bent down.
The bolt on the bottom of the alternator is a 14mm bolt, so u need a 14mm socket to get it off. If vehicle jerks, the clutch is bad, could be due to the damper srpings dislodging. Once the nut is off, grab the pickle fork and pry it out. This article applies to the Honda Accord 1990-2002. Removing the transmission First, take a block of wood and put it on your jack and raise the jack underneath the oilpan to support the engine. It is recommended that you know your reset code before you begin.
Note: When jacking up the vehicle, be sure to give yourself ample room to work underneath. Under the cover clip you will see the 8mm pin that goes through the shift linkage end. Now go back and tighten the mount bolts on the right and left mounts. I separated my lower balljoints in order to get them free. Warning: Do not attempt to draw or force the transmission into position by tightening the bell housing bolts as doing so can crack the bell housing. Take the negative terminal off the battery as a first step. The drain plug is round with a square hole in it.
Tip: When pulling the driveshaft out of the transmission, be careful not to allow it to fall hard to the floor. Tip: Remove any section of the exhaust system that you feel could interfere with your ability to separate the transmission from the engine and lower it to the floor. Undo Engine Brace 1 x 12 mm ratchet 16 lbs 1 x 14 mm ratchet 16 lbs 13. As you can guess, the transmission solenoid is a required component of a functioning transmission, and any solenoid that starts malfunctioning only spells trouble. With the transmission balanced on the jack, slide the jack under the vehicle. Having to remove parts of the exhaust after the transmission is separated from the engine is much more difficult. Separate the side motor mount from the transmission.
Please make sure you are willing to deal with the mechanical and electrical parts of the car. Remove the two bolts that mount the starter to the transaxle assembly. Do not attach the rear bracket to the rear mount at this time. This article applies to the Honda Accord 1990-2002. When the dowel pins are in the dowel holes, install the bell housing bolts. I usually put the closed end of a 17mm wrench on the bolt and wack the end of the wrench with a hammer.
Also check to make sure nothing else will interfere with separating the transmission from the engine and lowering it to the floor. Mount the transmission to the engine. After 100-200 miles of driving, check and re-torque all the mount bolts to factory specifications. Use a 12mm x 50mm bolt and lock nut on the front bolthole and another lock nut on the stud. My Impusle 9 has been put off another couple weeks.
This will make your job a lot easier, and reduce excess strain on your lower back. This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2000. I recommend using an engine hoist with some chain bolted onto the rear and side mount points of the transmission. Took it to auto parts and they scanned it, came up with this: Transmission control system shift solenoid B I have no clue what it could be. Loosen the top bolt alittle and the whole caliper will swing up and out of the way i use a peice of wire and hook it to the spring to keep it out of the way Now you can remove the pads and install new.
. Do the same with vacuum hoses and any other parts that might be confusing during installation. To flush the lines, first blow compressed air through the lines. It is located beside the rear motor mount bracket. The engine codes for a defective Cam position sensor are P0340 to P0344 Replaced the cam position sensor and the Civic has run great ever since. Before unbolting disconnect any wiring harnesses attached to it, and take note what goes where. Find out how to replace it here.