How to Replace Fuel Filter On A 1994 Honda Accord
Here are instructions for how to replace the fuel filter on a 1994 Honda Accord. As your 1994 Honda Accord ages, there are several factors that will reduce its horse power, leaving you with sluggish acceleration and sometimes difficulty starting the vehicle. The fuel filter prevents dirt and debris from clogging the 1994 Honda Accord fuel delivery system. When a fuel filter is clogged with dirt and debris, it blocks fuel flow to the engine causing poor acceleration, performance and engine power. That fuel filter of yours is wasting a lot of fuel, so every 1994 Honda Accord owner should know how to replace a bad fuel filter. Replacing a bad fuel filter can save money spent on fuel while improving your 1994 Honda Accord horse power with clean fuel.
To replace a bad 1994 Honda Accord fuel filter, you will need:
- New fuel filter
- Empty container
- Car Jack
- Screw drivers
- 14mm flare nut crow foot
- 3/8 drive ratchet
- 1/4 drive ratchet
- 10mm socket (3/8 drive)
- 10mm socket (1/4 drive)
- 10mm deep socket (1/4 drive)
Have all materials you require and raise the front of the car with the jack.
- Release the fuel pressure, open the hood of your vehicle and look for the black cylindrical container it should be about three inches in diameter. The cylindrical container also can be located by finding the fuel line, a long black hose. Follow the line until you locate the black cylindrical container. Next remove the flare nut from the back of the fuel filter using the 3/8 drive ratchet and 10mm socket, make sure you place the empty container to catch the fuel that will spill when the flare nut is release.
- Replace the old fuel filter with the new filter and tighten the 10mm bolt by hand first and then use the 10mm socket to tighten the bolt back in place. Next lower the car with the jack.
- Verify your work by starting the car engine to make sure there are no warning lights on the dashboard. Also check for any fuel leaks under the vehicle.