Join Date: May 2004
Location: Morganville, NJ
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If you have a Honda dealer do the job, with the parts, I'd give a rough guesstimate of close to $2000. This is without the flywheel.
I believe it's about 8 to 10 hours labor, as the subframe needs to come out.
The flywheel should be checked carefully as it's a dual-mass unit, excessive play between the halves will require replacement, as well as excessive heat spots. This flywheel cannot be accurately machined.
002 22100-RCA-006 FLYWHEEL 1 2004 ACCORD 577.85 450.72
003 22105-PGE-305 CLUTCH SET 1 2004 ACCORD 297.40 231.97
06 91006-PGE-008 BEARING, PILOT 1 2004 ACCORD 34.50 26.91
Here's the prices from College Hills Honda's website, the higher price is the list price, the lower is what you'd pay if you bought them. The dealership wouldn't be too enamored with you if you brought parts to them to install.
These are for my '04 6 speed which should be the same, but you should enter your VIN to make sure.
Sapphire blue '04 V6 6 speed w/ full HFP, comptech ss, momo shadow, TL-S 27.2h/20 bars, intake spacer, retro chrome MH1 HIR2 highs, hella DE fogs, EBC Ultimax, subwoofer/amp, infinity rears, HD Radio, aux adapter, navi conversion.
Vermilion 1999 SVT F150 Lightning, Sylvania/Visteon Xenarc HID headlamps, '01 L turn/marker lamps, PIAA fogs, '01 up Bilstein shocks, all Pioneer speakers, Clarion subwoofer. All Redline fluids.
Silverstone 2003 Honda S2000, bone stock