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  1. The 7th Generation
    Hey guys, new here. 2004 Accord 5 speed 4 cylinder. I started working on my own car a bit ago just as a budget thing, and now I just enjoy it more. Throwing in a lot of context because this is my first post, so it's also saying hi. My power steering o-ring failed over the course of a few...
  2. The 7th Generation
    Hey everyone :) The problem I'm having is incredibly hard to explain, hence the plethora of photos. Basically, there is a spot near my power steering pump (not sure what it is called) and the pulley on the power steering pump is digging into that. I've been googling non stop but can't find a...
  3. The 8th Generation
    Hi folks, I put a Bando belt in my '08 Accord EX-L the other day and now I hear a low "woo-woo-woo-woo" when the engine's just started and cold. It pipes right down after about 2-3 minutes and it's not loud, but I want to catch it before it strands me. I think it's the bearing in the pulley, so...
  4. The 7th Generation
    I have a 2003 Honda Accord 2.4L - 4 cylinder car. I bought, what was supposed to be a OEM Bando Belt, which according to the Bando website, it is the same belt that Honda uses: Genuine Honda 38920-RAA-A03 A/C Compressor Belt with zero differences. I was expecting the packaging to be the same as...
  5. The 7th Generation
    I am trying to reinstall a serpentine belt on a 2007 v6 3.0 accord and I am not sure I am routing the belt correctly because it is way to difficult to get on (done a bunch of belts in my day). I am wondering if the 3.0 engine has the same diagram for routing as every other engine in the 7th...
  6. The 7th Generation
    Tools needed 14mm wrench larger wrench for double wrench maneuver new belt new tensioner pulley Step 1 Move Power Steering reservoir by lifting it and pressing tab with flathead to remove. Step 2 If you have proper tensioner tool, use that, if not use the double wrench method. Take 14mm...
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