How to Remove 2004 Honda Accord Wheel Studs?

Answer Wheel studs used on a 2004 Honda Accord are softer than those used on domestic cars because of the quality of the steel used. Applying too much torque is the usual cause of broken or stripped wheel... Read More »

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How to Remove the Engine from a 2004 Honda Accord?

The 2004 Honda Accord, depending on the model, features a four- or six-cylinder engine. The 2.4-liter engine -- a four-cylinder model -- is a workhorse; if the engine is well taken care of, you cou... Read More »

How to Remove a Honda Accord Front Wheel Rotor?

The Honda Accord brake rotor is a metal plate that turns on the axle and causes the vehicle to stop when the brake pads are pushed against the rotor by the cylinder on the brake caliper. Occasional... Read More »

How to Change the Wheel Studs on a 2001 Accord?

The tire and rim assembly on your 2001 Honda Accord is mounted to metal posts called wheel studs. They are held on to the wheel studs by your lug nuts. Sometimes, though, a wheel stud can break, cr... Read More »

How to Replace Wheel Front Studs on a 2001 Accord?

The front wheels on the 2001 Honda Accord are attached to the wheel hubs by the wheel studs. The lug nuts keep the front wheels tight to the wheel studs. The front wheel studs are small, threaded b... Read More »