Jack Box: This was a very well made video. thank you for the information. btw, why didn't you remove the EGR ? looks like it would have made that one screw much easier to remove. I have a 1998 Accord it looks a little bit different. is the procedure about the same ?
AMARILDO SOUZA: Great video! I was able to complete the job perfectly. Very detailed. Excellent for Honda Accord owners.
Stephen Pylkas: Great Video! Huge help! Thanks!
walkerwiggins0: So I'm a little worried about the extra coolant that left the block when the thermostat housing was removed. Shouldn't this coolant be replaced or "burped" or it could cause the thermostat from opening up causing the block to overheat?
Cool Big: awesome video just fixed the oil leak on the honda replace the gaskets
MikeNichols50: Are you sure about the part number for the ''VTEC valve to cylinder head gasket" being: 15825-POA - 015???.......I see it elsewhere on the internet as 15825-POA - 005..... Is it possible you made a typographic error??? I await your reply.....
Robert Villarreal: what about a box end with the ratchet in it? i cannot remember there names. but its a wrench with a box end the the closed end side ratchets.
tompem: Terrific job on this vid..very thorough and detailed!
Tyler Hamby: Could you replace a 1996 Accord solenoid valve with a 98 Accord solenoid valve? They look exactly alike.
Snake Charmer: Very useful tutorial thanks.
Christian Deanda: Very good video it really help me out !!! 👍👍👍👍👍👍
kreiger9: Awesome tutorial! Thank you so much!!
theknob1: BTW, you removed the hood first for filming...right?
theknob1: What about the gaskets for a 2000 Honda Accord LX?
Anthony Gonzalez: where can I buy this replacemen kit
The Townsend Family: Do you have the honda part numbers for the oil pressure sensor o ring, inlet assembly gasket and o ring? Great video. Thanks
Pedro Rainha: Great video! Detail and quality!
Mike B: Can you tell me the name of the part at minute 24:00 that you said can fall out and get lost? Can you buy that part on its own?
Daniela Garcia: I don't have any connections for the solenoid mine wasn't even connected when I saw it and it doesn't have the oil pressure switch either
Amit Shakya: just did this last night on my 6th gen accord. comments/tips:
1) the top double circular gasket for the 5th/6th gen are exactly the same. honda dealership told me this. the 6th gen catalog doesnt show the gasket as sth u can buy separately.
2) if you want ease (ability to use torque wrench as well), do it like in this video. additionally, for the 6th gen, i would (for max ease) remove the egr valve, disconnect all connectors in the nearby area, remove distributor, remove the breath hose in the Valve Cover, etc. all simple/easy.
one extra step: for the 6th gen, its better to use univeral joint for removing the top 3 bolts (plastic cover for wiring in the way) or the egr vavle (if u are removing it) because its very easy to strip the head if u try to do it at an angle without a u-joint.
3) you can do it without opening the coolant or removing the egr or intake in the 6th gen (i.e. only remove some of the connectors). BUT you need a 10mm offset (home depot $30 set).
WARNING: its a PAIN IN THE ASS. your hands will hurt from turning with your hand in such a tight space (with egr, inlet, etc in the way) but IT IS possible.
DONT TRY LOOSENING THE BOTTOM BOLT WITH A U-JOINT. the inlet is in the way for even a 1/4 u-joint and u will strip it (esp if its drenched in oil).
ALSO: dont forget a magnet pickup tool. esp. when trying to get things back together.
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