Isn't the internet great? It's now so much easier to figure out what's wrong with our cars and how we need to repair or do maintenance on them because of the countless videos available to us. I'm in my mid-50s. The best we had back in the day were the Haynes or Chilton manuals, and if you could find one and afford it, you might get the service manual. But they were all just words and images. Videos are just so much more helpful.Did my first timing belt on my son's 2007 V6 coupe. Used Eric the car guys video and took our time marking everything including the original timing belt, then lining up those marks onto the new timing belt so that the new belt lined up perfectly to the original factory setup.
I have a thread on the V6 ps pump rebuild. Search for it.Drained my power steering reservoir of whatever strange black gunk was in it, removed it and gave it a nice bath in hot water and dish soap. Once it was dry, I reinstalled it and filled it with Honda power steering fluid. The power steering got a bit less stiff, but unfortunately I think there’s no saving the pump. It leaks out of every hole, including the shaft. Hopefully a new pump will fix it.
That's very low for a 2007!! And here I thought my 2007 was low sitting at 88,000. It's also due for a timing belt. My only concern is getting the crankshaft bolt loose.Did my first timing belt on my son's 2007 V6 coupe..... This car was long overdue not due to mileage but due to age as it has less than 70,000 miles on it. The original timing belt was in very good condition despite its age.