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Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by Eldemmi(m): 12:06pm On Jun 02
Structuralman:


Let's assume this is correct. What are the steps one can take to rectify this.

You don't assume, Scan the car first..it will point you to direction to remedy the situation
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by olurotimi(m): 12:17pm On Jun 02
[quote author=DMechyy post=102290306]

Phew!

Vehicle is 08/09 honda civic, canada.

But not coming up on Catalogues.

Check VIN again, if it is correct... Sorry, the part catalogue for it on my end aint loading up
[/quote

2hgfa15639h106446
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by DMechyy: 12:45pm On Jun 02
@olurotimi Same thing. Pulled this up through manual catalogue identification.

here are the compartible part numbers

37820-RNA-A72

37820-RNA-A73

37820-RNA-A74
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by kingreign(m): 4:39pm On Jun 02
olurotimi:


2HGFA15639H106446.
Here is the Vin. I appreciate Sir

This is your best bet, 37820-RNA-A23
If you can't get that, then try this.
37820-RNA-A75
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by kingreign(m): 4:42pm On Jun 02
DMechyy:
@olurotimi Same thing. Pulled this up through manual catalogue identification.

here are the compartible part numbers

37820-RNA-A72

37820-RNA-A73

37820-RNA-A74

The 37820-RNA-A75 replaces
37820-RNA-A72,
37820-RNA-A73, and
37820-RNA-A74
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by DMechyy: 5:32pm On Jun 02
kingreign:


The 37820-RNA-A75 replaces
37820-RNA-A72,
37820-RNA-A73, and
37820-RNA-A74


cool

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Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by whatstheFUZZ(m): 2:49pm On Jun 04
Please what's the recommended gear oil to be used on a Honda accord 2008 model. And how many litres does it use. Also, can I get the recommended gear oil around ajah, lekki axis? Please your help will be greatly appreciated
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by Structuralman: 3:14pm On Jun 04
whatstheFUZZ:
Please what's the recommended gear oil to be used on a Honda accord 2008 model. And how many litres does it use. Also, can I get the recommended gear oil around ajah, lekki axis? Please your help will be greatly appreciated

Recommended gear oil is Honda DW1.
You need 5L.
Contact Luvinhubby. He is at oyinbo, Lagos and can deliver to your address.
Regards
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by DMechyy: 3:47pm On Jun 04
whatstheFUZZ:
Please what's the recommended gear oil to be used on a Honda accord 2008 model. And how many litres does it use. Also, can I get the recommended gear oil around ajah, lekki axis? Please your help will be greatly appreciated

Specification ATF DW-1

Capacity is 6.3L

For Fluid Change, all fluid wont drain out.

Recommended fill for fluid change is 2.5L
For overhaul or transmission change: You need 6.3L

So 1 gallon is enough, you wont use all. Dont overfill your transmission.
For overhaul: 2 Gallon is enough. fill to recommended capacity

Where to get: In stock (Available)
19,500

Delivery to Ajah: 2k

POD

Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by whatstheFUZZ(m): 7:12pm On Jun 04
DMechyy:


Specification ATF DW-1

Capacity is 6.3L

For Fluid Change, all fluid wont drain out.

Recommended fill for fluid change is 2.5L
For overhaul or transmission change: You need 6.3L

So 1 gallon is enough, you wont use all. Dont overfill your transmission.
For overhaul: 2 Gallon is enough. fill to recommended capacity

Where to get: In stock (Available)
19,500

Delivery to Ajah: 2k



Please can I have your contact no. So I can call

POD
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by whatstheFUZZ(m): 7:26pm On Jun 04
Structuralman:


Recommended gear oil is Honda DW1.
You need 5L.
Contact Luvinhubby. He is at oyinbo, Lagos and can deliver to your address.
Regards

Please can I have his number, so I can call
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by DMechyy: 7:54pm On Jun 04
whatstheFUZZ:


Please can I have his number, so I can call

Details on Signature

08084662181

Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by Structuralman: 12:31am On Jun 05
whatstheFUZZ:


Please can I have his number, so I can call

Name: ‎Luvinhubby‎
Phone1: ‎‎08099451504‎‎
Phone2: ‎‎08029255299‎‎
Phone3: ‎‎08039121412‎‎

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Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by Maxijoe(m): 7:04pm On Jun 05
Good evening house, I use honda accord DC' 07. I discovered recently that AC no longer cool and this morning I tried to figure out what was wrong. so I on it and discovered that the passanger side AC feeder breath cool air though not much. but all other feeder did not. pls can somebady tell me what could be wrong. l had not been using the AC frequently though, the last time I used it will be about 5 months ago.
I will so much appreciate your advice. thanks.

Cc Luvinghubby
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by Mrford(m): 6:33am On Jun 06
Maxijoe:
Good evening house, I use honda accord DC' 07. I discovered recently that AC no longer cool and this morning I tried to figure out what was wrong. so I on it and discovered that the passanger side AC feeder breath cool air though not much. but all other feeder did not. pls can somebady tell me what could be wrong. l had not been using the AC frequently though, the last time I used it will be about 5 months ago.
I will so much appreciate your advice. thanks.

Cc Luvinghubby



Low Refrigerant. You have a leak somewhere.

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Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by dav1002(m): 8:48am On Jun 06
Good morning house, please i need advice
I gave my mechanic my honda city 2007 to service and change the transmission fluid using honda cvtf.

Upon getting there i asked him and he showed me the can and saw oando dexron i got angry and he said its the same thing and thats what he uses to service other peoples with the same car as mine

Do i tell him to remove the fluid or it can be managed
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by ksmart027(m): 9:30am On Jun 06
dav1002:
Good morning house, please i need advice
I gave my mechanic my honda city 2007 to service and change the transmission fluid using honda cvtf.

Upon getting there i asked him and he showed me the can and saw oando dexron i got angry and he said its the same thing and thats what he uses to service other peoples with the same car as mine

Do i tell him to remove the fluid or it can be managed
Drain that oil asap and replace with Honda cvt.

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Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by AstroG: 9:40am On Jun 06
dav1002:
Good morning house, please i need advice
I gave my mechanic my honda city 2007 to service and change the transmission fluid using honda cvtf.

Upon getting there i asked him and he showed me the can and saw oando dexron i got angry and he said its the same thing and thats what he uses to service other peoples with the same car as mine

Do i tell him to remove the fluid or it can be managed



Flush it out asap,don't drive it without flushing it out. It happen to my friend,that lead him to change the gearbox
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by dav1002(m): 2:03pm On Jun 06
AstroG:




Flush it out asap,don't drive it without flushing it out. It happen to my friend,that lead him to change the gearbox

Please inbox me your number lets talk
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by Maxijoe(m): 5:28pm On Jun 06
Mrford:



Low Refrigerant. You have a leak somewhere.

ok, I will get a tech person to look into it. many thanks
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by Lartoph(m): 7:42am On Jun 07
Good morning everyone. I recently bought a tokunbo engine for my Honda Accord 2009 but I noticed the car idles roughly especially when the AC is on. I scanned it and got these codes.
P0010
P0300
P2185
P0302
P0325
I recently noticed there's an oil leak which my mechanic says is from the back seal.
My mechanic claims he has to adjust the timing but I'm skeptical as this is an i4 and isn't subject to timing belt changes like the v6 variant.
I got this engine three weeks ago and wouldn't want it to be tampered with so early.
Please help me diagnose based on the codes above. Thanks.
Cc:luvinhubby, Gazzuzz.
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by GAZZUZZ(m): 9:18am On Jun 07
Lartoph:
Good morning everyone. I recently bought a tokunbo engine for my Honda Accord 2009 but I noticed the car idles roughly especially when the AC is on. I scanned it and got these codes.
P0010
P0300
P2185
P0302
P0325
I recently noticed there's an oil leak which my mechanic says is from the back seal.
My mechanic claims he has to adjust the timing but I'm skeptical as this is an i4 and isn't subject to timing belt changes like the v6 variant.
I got this engine three weeks ago and wouldn't want it to be tampered with so early.
Please help me diagnose based on the codes above. Thanks.
Cc:luvinhubby, Gazzuzz.





P0010
P0300
P2185
P0302
P0325

100 is a timing code no doubt ,

300 is a random cylinder misfire
2185 is a disconnected temp sensor at the base of the radiator
302 is a misfire on cylinder 2
325 is a knock sensor not connected

Sure you got a foreign used engine?



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Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by Lartoph(m): 11:10am On Jun 07
GAZZUZZ:







100 is a timing code no doubt ,

300 is a random cylinder misfire
2185 is a disconnected temp sensor at the base of the radiator
302 is a misfire on cylinder 2
325 is a knock sensor not connected

Sure you got a foreign used engine?




Thanks for your prompt response boss. Yes, I bought it from a warehouse at Ladipo.
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by GAZZUZZ(m): 2:09pm On Jun 07
Lartoph:
Good morning everyone. I recently bought a tokunbo engine for my Honda Accord 2009 but I noticed the car idles roughly especially when the AC is on. I scanned it and got these codes.
P0010
P0300
P2185
P0302
P0325
I recently noticed there's an oil leak which my mechanic says is from the back seal.
My mechanic claims he has to adjust the timing but I'm skeptical as this is an i4 and isn't subject to timing belt changes like the v6 variant.
I got this engine three weeks ago and wouldn't want it to be tampered with so early.
Please help me diagnose based on the codes above. Thanks.
Cc:luvinhubby, Gazzuzz.

Fix the misfire, knock sensor and restore the system to factory, as I assume fans are connected directly.

Replace radiator if old, use coolant clear the codes and drive after fixing .


Note misfire could be caused by intake leaks, spark plugs, ignition coils, injectors or sticking valves . Carefully diagnose.
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by Lartoph(m): 3:00pm On Jun 07
GAZZUZZ:


Fix the misfire, knock sensor and restore the system to factory, as I assume fans are connected directly.

Replace radiator if old, use coolant clear the codes and drive after fixing .


Note misfire could be caused by intake leaks, spark plugs, ignition coils, injectors or sticking valves . Carefully diagnose.
The fans are not connected directly. I will replace the knock sensor and diagnose like you advised. Thanks for your help. I really appreciate boss.
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by angelusbrut: 6:19pm On Jun 07
Please how much is honda baby boy ac compressor, I need it to fix my AC, although I'm in Onitsha
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by Peppermintflav: 9:12pm On Jun 07
angelusbrut:
Please how much is honda baby boy ac compressor, I need it to fix my AC, although I'm in Onitsha
Budget 30k
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by angelusbrut: 6:39am On Jun 08
Peppermintflav:

Budget 30k

Ok,thanks
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by mejai(m): 1:09pm On Jun 08
Pls, how much is Honda Accord DC windscreen?
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by Debosneh31(m): 3:48pm On Jun 08
How much can u get 07 civic water pump and gasket before this kazeem cut my head
Cc- Luvinhubby
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by petrusevents(m): 3:30pm On Jun 09
i recently bought a Honda accord 99 model
while driving after I slow down the car while be dragging for some seconds then jerk once and pick up and then continue to move smoothly
I took it to a gear technician who say the gear is bad and will need a new one which is about 170k. please any suggestions as regards this issue and is there any way Honda gear can be repaired. guru in the house please come to my aid. Am based in Ibadan
Re: Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars by Igemburg(m): 9:30pm On Jun 09
Good day guys

1. My car is honda civic 2009 European spec. Want to know if my fuel consumption is high or not. It takes 250-265miles which is 410-425km to finish a full tank. Is this normal or my fuel consumption is high.

2. Why does the 8th gen(06-011) Honda civic American spec have one silencer while the European have 2. Does it mean that the European with 2 will consume more that the American counterparts

Thanks in anticipation

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