How to Remove a 1986 Honda Accord Crankcase Damper Bolt?

Answer The harmonic damper pulley bolt on your 1986 Honda Accord can be relatively difficult to remove if you have not previously serviced the engine front end. Not only is hard to keep the crankshaft fro... Read More »

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How do I Remove a Transaxle From a 1986 Honda Accord?

The transaxle, or transmission, on the 1986 Honda Accord needs to be removed if you need to replace the torque converter, rebuild or replace the transmission. It also must be removed to replace the... Read More »

How to Remove the Crank Bolt From a Honda Accord?

The crank bolt on a Honda Accord is the bolt in the center of the crank pulley on the passenger's side of the engine that powers the drive belt. The engine pulleys are located on the engine next to... Read More »

How to Remove the Crankshaft Pulley Bolt on a Honda Accord?

The crankshaft pulley bolt on a Honda Accord holds the harmonic balancer in place. The balancer is a pulley that absorbs the resonance from the engine and prevents the crankshaft from failing (snap... Read More »

How to Remove a Damper Rod Bolt?

The damper rod bolt secures the damper rod in place, which holds the motorcycle forks together. The fork contains oil and is the piece that holds the front tires in place. To properly change the oi... Read More »