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
Craig Townsend: 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.
Tristian Shaw: does anyone know the solenoid and deactivater model for the 98 model vtecs? I'm have a major oil leak and no one seems to know ???
Oscar Matamoros: It is necesary to clean the engine part where the VTEC valve goes? Or put some SILICONE?
everydayidie alilmore: hey bushougoma. That coolant hose you bent and tied up out of the way at 6:25...mine looks pretty old...i bought the car used and it has almost 172,000 miles. im sure the hose is 172,000 miles old. so. will it break if i bend it like you do in your vid?
Charlie Lim: I did mines one today and I did good but when I put everything on then try to start the engine it wouldn't start :( check everything the wiring its all hooked up,I need help!
Edgar Robles: micarro falla a cuatromil reboluciones q sera. falla de sensor. d velocidad .hoo valbua egr.. ayuda plis
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