How to Detect a Burned Valve in a 1996 Honda Accord?

Answer A burned valve loses its circular shape and fails to seal properly against the valve seat on the engine of your Honda Accord. The exhaust valve is the one that most commonly burns. A slightly burne... Read More »

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How to Aim Headlights in a 1996 Honda Accord?

If you regularly carry heavy equipment in your 1996 Honda Accord, you may need to adjust the aim of your headlights. This won't take long and won't cost you a dime, because you can do it yourself w... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a 1996 Honda Accord?

When you're experiencing engine trouble in your 1996 Honda Accord, you have two options: take your car to a pricey automotive shop or troubleshoot the problem on your own. Troubleshooting isn't as ... Read More »

How to Clean the EGR Valve in a Honda Accord?

The EGR valve on the Honda Accord sits on top of the intake manifold at the rear of the engine. It introduces unburned exhaust gas back into the cylinders to help cool the cylinders and to reduce t... Read More »

How to Locate the PCV Valve on a '96 Honda Accord?

The positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve is a one-way valve which helps remove gasses from the crankcase of a vehicle's engine. This helps the engine run more efficiently thereby reducing ex... Read More »