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  1. The 8th Generation
    2008 Accord V6 Auto 3.5L J35Z2 2-door EX-L Nav Tensioner bolt sheared off. When I started removing with an extractor, the extractor broke in the drill hole. I'm afraid that any more drilling will hit the threads. My question: Is the tensioner attached to bracket or the block? If it's a bracket...
  2. The 6th Generation
    Hi!, Im having an issue with mt 2002 Accord. LX model 3.0L V6. The drive belt started howling 2 days ago. The next day the belt was loose. So loose it might as well not be on there. I immediately assume either the belt or tensioner is bad. A brand new belt produces same results. It is too...
  3. The 7th Generation
    So I was putting the tensioner back on my 2006 Accord 4cyl. after fixing a code P1009 and as I was tightening the the rear bolt of the tensioner the broke off. I believe part of the boat is still holding the tensioner on however the other two bolts are secure and the tensioner doesn't seem to...
  4. The 9th Generation
    Hi Guys, I picked up my 2015 Accord Touring, 4 cyl, 6 speed manual on June 30th. We are lucky here in Canada, as I don't believe this trim level is available in US: I had many different cars and here is my opinion on Pros and Cons, as well as description of the issue I got with my brand new...
  5. The 7th Generation
    I need some advice here. I'm driving an 07, V6, 6spd manual. Last week my alternator died when I got to work. I caught a ride down the road, picked up a new one and replaced it right in the parking lot. Now when it's cold out my auxiliary belt chirps when I start the car. After it warms up...
  6. The 7th Generation
    About 12-14 mos ago a local (well-known) Honda mechanic/shop did major repair. Replaced timing chain/guide/tensioner/etc as it had jumped 3 teeth thanks the well known oil consumption problem that Honda still fails to acknowledge. The shop also claimed the alternator was bad and replaced it as...
  7. The 6th Generation
    So, i just bought my first honda, it's a 2001 accord with the 2.3 inline 4. I am not sure what took me so long to come over to the darkside now! I effing love this car already!! Granted it's not the "i'm going to rip you off the road if you drop the clutch at 2000 rpm" i'm used to but hey, the...
  8. The 7th Generation
    Hi everyone, here with another question regarding my cursed Accord :dunno: I have a 2005 EX V6 Coupe. It's an automatic. Shortly after I bought the car (about 3 months ago) I began noticing a strange noise coming from the engine that is associated with the shifting points. It's hard to...
  9. The 7th Generation
    One of the pulleys on my v6 was making a horrible noise on cold days. So I decided to change out both the tensioner pulley, idler pulley (kinda impossible to tell which one is squealing since they are so close), and serpentine belt while I was at it. I got the tensioner pulley off with no...
  10. 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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