Summary of Contents for Honda Accord 1987 Service Manual - Page 12

  • Honda Accord 1987 Service Manual - Page 12

    Preparation of Work ,— Special Caution Items For This Car (contdl Inspection ler tuel leakage ~ Alter assembling luel line parts, turn ON the ig- nltlon switch [do not operate the starter) so that the fuel pump is operated (a! approximately two seconds and the fuel is pressurized. Repeat this operation two Or three times and check whether any luel leakage has occurred in any 01 the vari- ous points in the tuel line. installation at an amateur radio tor cars equipped with PGMrFl and A.L.B. Care has been taken for the PGMrFI and A.L.Bt con- trol units (computer) and its wlrlng to prevent erroneous operation lrom external interierence, out erroneous operation of the computer may be caused by entry oi extremely slrong radio waves. Attention must be paid to the lollowrng items to prevent erroneous operation at the computer, - The antenna and the body of the radio must be at least 200 mm (7.9 in.) awav from the computer. (The computer installation position is under the right side seat.) ‘ Do not lead the antenna feeder and the coaxial cable over a long distance parallel to the wiring, and when crossmg wllh the wiring is required. execute crossing at a right angle. ~ Do not install a radio with a large output (max. IO Wl. Apply liquid gasket to the transmission, oil pump cover, right Side cover and water outlet. Use HONDA PARTS ND 037407 99986 as a llquld gasr ket, - Check that the mating surlaces are clean and dry belere applying liquid gasket. Degrease the mating surlaces if necessary. - Apply liquid gasket evenly, being carelul to cover all the mating Surface. - To prevent leakage at all, apply liquid gasket to the inner threads of the bolt holes. - Do not allow liquid gasket 10 stand lot more than 20 minutes belore assembly. - Fill the case With clean engll’le oil or coolant 30 minutes after assembly. CAUTION: oowvo all safety precaution; Ind notes whilo working. Protect all painted suriaces and seats against dirt and scratches with a clean cloth or vinyl cover. Work saler and give your work your und ed at- tention. When either the front or rear wheels are to be raised, block the remaining wheels securely. Exchange signals as lrequentlv as possible when a work involves two or more workers. Do not run the engine unless the shop or working area is well ven- tilated. Prior to removing or disassembling parts. they must be inspected caretully to isolate the cause for whlch the service is called tor. Observe all eatery notes and precautions ano lollow the proper proce- dures as described In this manual. Mark or place all removed parts in order in a parts rack so they can be placed back to their original places or parts from which they were removed or with which they were mated. 1-10