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  1. from memory it should have locating pins/lugs at the bottom that the rad sits in and two brackets up top, check the rubber grommets the rad locates into aren't worn. this was the case with my accord
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  2. Jim Robinette from Carbondale, Colorado. Owner of Honda Accord Coupe. Hope to hear from some of you on your experiences with your Honda(s).
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  3. Yes, the brakes is my suspicion too. I have received new suspension arms and new ball joints, I will get them replaced and if problem still there, I think it will be down to brakes. I always give few good knocks with a hammer over screwdriver for those two screws. They always stuck. If that doesn't work try using heat gun. If none helps you will have to drill it trough and re-tap.
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  4. Thank you for replay. I've found this cooling pipe, think should work fine. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/194269589160?_trkparms=amclksrc%3DITM%26aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20160908105057%26meid%3D8e8761ae73a64c2e822c97f3da97752b%26pid%3D100675%26rk%3D7%26rkt%3D15%26sd%3D363336991780%26itm%3D194269589160%26pmt%3D0%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D2380057%26brand%3DUnbranded&_trksid=p2380057.c100675.m4236&_trkparms=pageci%3A3e0cf2fb-237e-11ec-91ef-7650a8cd509a|parentrq%3A41073b5517c0aaecde97ac99fffe644e|iid%3A1
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  5. Thanks Trevor, I did wonder, as from what I had seen, that they are all 'O' ring seals and no odd shaped 'handed' ones. I mostly see kits for American versions, usually the 2.3, 2.4 or 3.0 version, I wasn't sure if the versions in the US were the same dimensions as the Showa/TRW version used on the Swindon cars. Oddly, the power steering stop leak fluid, was my first method, but still seems to be coming out of the top of the rack where the steering column fits (steering box as we used to call it on older cars) I also know there is a discussion about the use of Hondas own type steering fluid over Dexron III, with the original seals. I suspect the new seals will be OK using Dexron.
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  6. That's a tough one but I would imagine if the seals are removed and matched up to alternatives such as in the link below https://www.google.com/search?q=2001+honda+accord+steering+rack+seal+kit&rlz=1C5CHFA_enGB935GB935&source=lnms&tbm=shop&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi5qILSp6nzAhXZEcAKHadyBicQ_AUoAXoECAEQAw&biw=1730&bih=904&dpr=1 It should not matter if it is LHD or RHD as the internal seals should be the same. Another alternative which I have used very successfully and will slow down the fluid loss https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l1311&_nkw=power+steering+fluid+stop+leak&_sacat=0
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  7. Hello, I am happy owner of Honda Accord 2.0 Executive from Northern Ireland
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  8. Hi Almach99 .... welcome to the Club Good to have you onboard!
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  9. Thank you Trevor, it's done 71k and been very well maintained, from past experience with other Honda's it's good for another 70k. Just a couple of niggles to iron out and it will be a great car
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  10. Thank you Trevor , I will ask my friend to put his scanner on and read the live data. I will check the other points you listed and see where we end up
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  11. Cheers Trevor, that picture is at the top of the Northumberland National Park on the edge of the MOD ranges, very remote!
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  12. Hi Trevor, Thank you so much for your reply. Unfortunately, although your instructions were spot on for programming a key fob, they did not turn off the automatic 30 second re-locking of the doors. Does anyone else have any advice please.
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  13. I put the details of my car (which has the spoiler) into Parkers, and it came up as 170 cm, giving you 2 cm clearance if true.
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  14. Thanks guys, Hope I can be of help or at least an amusing newbie!!
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  15. Welcome to honda owners club!
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  16. Hi, Just a link to Hondas part numbering lists. For all UK models for part numbers. https://www.parts-honda.uk/honda-cars
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  17. Is it possible to increase the loudness of turn indicator signal on my 2016 Jazz by adding a Piezo buzzer or similar? Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you. IanH
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  18. Hi, I am a new model Jazz owner, which I bought in the summer. As part of the deal, the dealer insisted that I took out some of their extra insurances, one of which was repairs to cosmetic alloy wheel damage insurance. Now I know from experience how easy it is to scuff alloys and it wasn’t too expensive, so I agreed. Anyway unfortunately we did manage to scuff a wheel on a curb, but then I thought, no worries, I have the insurance. I got in touch, had approval for the repair and the guy turned up as agreed. So far so efficient. However, as the repair guy apologetically pointed out to me, the silver bits on my smart black and silver alloys are in fact not alloy at all but plastic. Therefore, those bits, the most prominent and therefore first to be scuffed, are not covered by the insurance and he would not even attempt a repair as it would probably make things worse. I am not a happy bunny and have taken this up with the dealership. As of now they have not responded. So for fellow latest model Jazz owners, warning your alloy wheels may not be all the specification suggests and, more generally, be very careful before taking out alloy wheel damage insurance.
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