well just bought a 1996 accord exr and ive never had a honda before and i dont have a technical service manual yet so.. i was wondering if anyone had any links to images on here of the engine bay that identify the different parts and a recommendation for a good service manual..had a bmw last so i am used to the bentley manual but dont see one for hondas
Crappy Tire sells the Haynes manuals they go for approx $25.00. I have had one for every car that I have owned. The 94 thru 97 Accord book # 42013 covers the F22B2, F22B1 VTEC and the V6. Some people say they are not the greatest manual. If you want to familiarize yourself with what is what and where everything is there good. The general maintenance, tourque specs and service infomation is spot on. Where they lack is in detailed info. ie every single bolt that needs to be removed in the teardown and replacement of parts..BFD....If your mechanicaly inclined and don't mind spending some time to get to know your car before you rip it apart. There a perfectly good manual.
The Helm book is about 3 or 4 times the price of Haynes, so it better be good... Like Ghost says, Haynes is OK for an awful lot of stuff, but if you really want the book that corresponds to Bentley, that would be Helm. You might find it at a dealer since it's the official sanctioned civilian version of the factory book.
'03 Accord & '07 Civic
'01 Saab 9³ & '05 9²x
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some guy told me that I could set the torque wrench that I have to 100 ft/lbs and then torque it, when it clicks torque it again at 81/ft lbs to have the torque add up to 181 ft/lbs
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