Bushougoma:+mronemanband1 The bracket is made of thin steel you'll turn it into a pretzel if you don't hold the filter. It takes more torque to break the fittings loose and tighten them than you think.
mronemanband1: the fuel filter locks into bracket no need to hold with crows foot
Ryan Kriegbaum: Great vid, thanks. Really appreciate the step-by-step.
Kurdy Sin: Lately, my 1997 accord has been stalling while IDLE or cruising, I don't believe I've ever replaced my fuel filter since its not as easy to replace. Do you think replacing the fuel filter should help resolve that issue?
HECKTITO THE BARBER: Just get a regular Inline fuel filter without banjo fittings and use two regular clamps and relocate the filter where it is easier to replace...Waste if time going through all that
Joel Seattle: is it ok if i reuse the washers? i can't find the new ones.
croppestwiz: can i replace the fuel filter without going under the vehicle?
interiorartaustralia: you make it look easy ahahahaha
salceci: I have a 98 accord couple 4 cylinder. I was thinking its time for a fuel filter replacement. But i read online that on my model in specific it is not repeatable. Fact or fiction? Im getting bad mpg now. I read its located within the pump itself. Can you help me debunk this please?
hisbeauty4ashes: Honestly I cannot see what you are doing in the beginning. I have a 1993 Honda EX coup However I cannot get that big bolt on the top to loosen up on the filter. It says I can to relieve the pressure right well how do I do that. I am new to all this. Thanks for any help you can provide asap.
Brown Reckloos: Great video. Thanks.
Juan Hernandez: Thank you so much for this information.
James Nankivell: People are going to get scared off by this if they don't have the tools listed. You can do this job without crows feet, I just did it with spanners, it really isn't that hard. You can do everything by just reaching down from above, the only reason to be underneath is to see what needs to be done and confirm afterwards that there are no leaks.
Sai Thao: Is this fuel filter also the same location for the Honda Accord 1998 LX?
realmrjing: I watched your video several times before working on the fuel filter. Can't believe I would've done it without your help. Great instructions! It is not complicated but the lack of space makes it hard.
Joe T: have you done any replacement on the evap system: Evap Canister shut off valve 97 Accord ? Your video's are the best! Pls keep going.
deejflat: What a well made video. Thank you.
BigDaBAMF69: so being i have the engine out and putting a new one in i should do the filter now before the engine is in lol
SeverdSeouL: Also I just found out the 1st gen Honda Odyssey has the exact same fuel filter location and engine as the 5th gen Accord.