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  1. #1
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    Service Accord Euro CL9 [Part #1] oil filter and oil change

    Changing the oil filter, engine oil on a Honda Accord Euro
    Disclaimer: The following is provided as a GUIDE ONLY, and neither myself nor Ozhonda take any responsibility for the outcomes of someone else doing the following. You follow these steps at your own risk!


    Aim: To be able to service your own Honda Accord Euro reducing the costs instead of spending it on mechanics and or dealerships.








    Required:
    • Floor Jack
    • 4x Car stands
    • Oil Filter wrench not cheaper ones
    • Oil Pan
    • 17mm socket - engine sump bolt
    • Oil filter
    • Honda OEM oil
    • Funnel
    Steps:
    Drive it to flat surface ..


    lets have a look what are some of items we are planning on using for the servicing remembering safety is the ABSOULTE IMPORTANT thing more than anything. I have heard some people say put the wheel flat on its side etc. under the car But car standards is must i believe.
    Grey items - car stand
    Red item - car floor jack




    The oil filter is garbage i ended up having to use my friends oil filter wrench instead. The only positive using this would be the oil pan and funnel.




    using the floor jack get the back up on this metal part.









    Below the front side fog light looking underneath the car is a metal part i used to jack it up from


    Because my car is lowered to a point where the floor jack doesnt fit under the front i had to use the Honda OEM jack that you find in the boot.
    To lift the front high enough to get the floor jack under it.





    Now that the Cl9 is completely off the ground and secured on the jack stands its time to take the plastic cover undearneath the car.











    Honda is so smart.. love how they have this small plastic panel on the plastic undertray. Take this off with a 10mm socket.


    You can then see the oil drain bolt the size of this is 17mm.





    After loosing the oil sump drain bolt get that oil pan ready last thing you need is oil all over the garage floor.










    Last edited by Snoop_gee; 06-04-2013 at 10:42 PM.

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    Oil going into the oil pan



    Engine oil appears to be completely drained out only a few drips left.



    lets have a look at the oils that will be used







    This is what i meant between a decent oil filter wrench for some reason the one i had doesnt grip on the oil filter and would slip and spin around it instead of latching on solid.










    With the oil filter now off. Old vs New.



    Oil Filter

    New filter


    Before putting the oil filter back on put the engine.
    put a bit of oil on the rubber ring seal


    With the New! oil filter back on. Time to add fresh new oil .


    Last edited by Snoop_gee; 06-04-2013 at 11:26 PM.

  3. #3
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    nice work and detail

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    nice detail and work
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    hehe.
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    how to change oil & filter? amazing revelations



    keep up the good work pointy elbow
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    Where do i put the used oil?

    Nice diy mate is that a K20 crx i see in the background?
    part time potato

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    Quote Originally Posted by EKVTIR-T View Post
    nice work and detail
    Quote Originally Posted by curtis265 View Post
    nice detail and work
    Quote Originally Posted by mocchi View Post
    how to change oil & filter? amazing revelations



    keep up the good work pointy elbow
    Thnx guys

    Quote Originally Posted by Vvvtec View Post
    Where do i put the used oil?

    Nice diy mate is that a K20 crx i see in the background?
    As for used oil i disposed it at my local used oil facility.
    I found the following website very useful http://recyclingnearyou.com.au/motor-oil/

    Nah there is no k20 CRX in this garage. Atm its out of my sight and out of my mind.

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    Nice work!! Love the pics. Very detailed
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  9. #9
    I would also add in a couple of things:
    - once old oil is fully drained out of sump plug, add some fresh oil to engine until the oil coming out of the sump is totally fresh (flushing all of the old oil out).
    - oil to be put on new filter is fresh oil, not used.
    Paul // 05 Euro Luxury // Perth // My other car's an S15

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    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Snoop_gee again.

    also>

    Honda FEO engine oil
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    can you do one for a crx
    Dc2r and em1 only good if you work at McDonald's, s2k good for order food in McDonald's
    deal with it m8

  12. #12
    How much oil to put in?

    Nice write-up

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