Roy Parungao: hi, txs for the helpful videos, I got a 1997 accord, it starts ok, idles ok, but when I drive it after a few meters it suddenly sputters and dies..what I do at times is pump the gas as fast as I can revive it, sometimes it works, but most, it dies, and I re-start..most of the time it does right away, sometime I need to try it 2-3 times before engine runs..HELP PLEASE..
Jj Sanchez: This video was very helpful. -My 19mm crows feet wrench is a little to thick to fit the top of the filter. But did not need it as the filter was sturdy enough and the banjo bolt came off and tightened down fine without using crows feet wrench. -The flare nut should be hand started onto the new filter first before attaching the filter bracket 10mm bolt to the car frame. Otherwise it is very hard to line up the flare nut to the filter threads.
ldm128168: excellent video!!!!!
Jeff G: Hi, nice video! I have a 1990 Honda Accord LX which has both fuel lines on TOP of the filter. That said, do you know if the inline from the gas tank has a 14mm flarenut on it?
Rocky corbett: thanks for the video!! it's my next project
Frederick Cruz: thanks
Shega! G: He makes me think I can do this! Thanks!
Jawni Boi: Did you relief the fuel pressure before doing this?
Nathaniel Garrett: this explains why the auto shop wanted to charge me a crap ton of money to replace my filter. i decided to watch this video before i do it my self but it looks like it would be safer and easier to have a shop do it. and the fact that i have none of those tools (except your basic socket ratchet).
Dan Elmer: Wow mam great video. Very helpful I will be investing into some of these crow feet tools.
Shannon Czarnik: great job on the video. very helpful stuff
James Chuaycham ป้อม ศักดิ์ชัย: How do you know if an fuel filter is not working right or dirty? How often should we replace it?
Joe Black: Great video. Helped me out a lot. One tech tip...do not eat a bean burrito or any gasious foods before tackling these tough bolts. I let a huge one fly when doing to 14mm on the bottom. My 6 year old grand daugher is still giggling.
lghtskin36: awesome video any videos on fuel line replacement I have a 95 accord and have to replace everything tank lines around tank and fuel filter and videos will help thank you
Robers Royal: nice step by step video.i have an 01 prelude and filter in same location
MyAccountBitch: great video man. that looks like a pain in the pickle. not looking forward to it!
Jason Jay: My 1995 Honda Accord Ex will make engine rev sounds when idling in the park position after just starting the car and driving around for a few miles during the winter months but doesn't do it during the warm months. It has 100,000 miles on it, any ideas what that could be?
Jason Jay: One of the best how to videos for Honda Accord's I've seen. I drive a 1995 Honda Accord EX coupe. I just replaced the spark plugs with NGK Platinums after 43,000 miles of use. The car has 103,000 total miles on it. They didn't use anti-seize from the dealer install. It left rust chips around the lip entry hole where the plugs go into. I vaccumed that crap up with a hose attachment and got most of it out. I was just wondering why dealers don't put anti-seize on spark plugs and also how bad is it if rust chips from the rusted bolts gets inside that plug hole? Thanks.