HONDA ACCORD FUEL FILTER REPLACEMENT 2006
Honda Accord How to Replace the Fuel Filter | Honda-tech
Step 1 – Disconnect Battery and Relieve The Fuel System PressureStep 2 – Locate The Fuel FilterStep 3 – Remove The Lower Fuel Line and The Upper Fuel Line Banjo BoltStep 4 – Remove The Clamp BoltsStep 5 – Replace The Fuel Filter and Reattach The ClampStep 6 – Reconnect The Upper and Lower Fuel LinesStep 7 – re-check The Fuel Lines and BoltsStep 8 – Test The New Fuel FilterRelated Discussions and SiteDisconnect the negative (black) terminal from the battery. Then, remove the gas cap to relieve gas pressure from the fuel system.See more on honda-techThe fuel filter location is different on certain model years. 1. 1990-1994: Accord fuel filters are located on the passenger's side firewall. 2. 1995-2002: Accord fuel filters are located on the rear of the engine, near the brake master cylinder.See more on honda-techOnce you have located the fuel filter, use the 14 mm wrench and rotate counterclockwise to loosen the nut from the lower fuel line. Place the fluid catch pan under this area to catch any spilled gas. Once the nut is removed, pull the lower fuel line off and set it aside. Then, use the 17 mm flare nut wrench to loosen the Banjo bolt on upper fuel line. Rotate the wrench counterclockwise to loosen the bolt, and then remove the fuel line by hand.See more on honda-techUsing the 10 mm flare nut wrench, unfasten two bolts from the clamp that hold the fuel filter in place.See more on honda-techUnclip the alignment hole holding the top of the fuel filter in place, and then remove the fuel filter from the clamp. Dispose of the old filter and place the new fuel filter in the clamp. Then, insert the fuel filter clamp to its original location and secure it with the two 10 mm bolts.See more on honda-techBefore reconnecting the upper fuel line, insert two new washers. Then, tighten the 17 mm Banjo bolt to a snug fit. Reconnect the lower fuel line, and secure it with the the 14 mm bolt to a snug fit as well.See more on honda-techDouble check that your fuel lines and bolts are properly secure are the bolts and corresponding fuel lines: 1. One 14 mm bolt for the bottom fuel line 2. One 17 mm Banjo bolt for the upper fuel line 3. Two 10 mm bolts for the fuel filter bracketSee more on honda-techTighten the gas cap (or gas pressure bolt at the end of the fuel rail), and reconnect the negative (black) battery terminal. Turn the ignition to the "ON" position four times (without starting the engine). This is to prime the new fuel filter with gas. Turn the engine on for the fifth turn. With the car running, inspect the new fuel filter for any leaks. If you see any leaks, turn off the engine and re-tighten the fuel lines.See more on honda-tech1. Instructions to Remove Accord Fuel Filter - Honda-Tech 2. Fuel Filter Location '99 Accord - Honda-Tech 3. Fuel Filter Location '91 Accord - Honda-Tech 4. How to Change Fuel Filter in Honda Accord - eHowSee more on honda-tech
2006 Honda Accord Replacement Fuel Filters – CARiD
Honda Accord 3 2006, Fuel Filter Kit by Genuine®. This vehicle does not have an in-line fuel filter between the fuel tank and the engine. Use this filter set when replacing the fuel strainer located inside the fuel tank, which is the..