How To Remove Air Vents Honda Accord - Driver, Passenger Side & Middle Dashboard | DIY Auto Repair

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2005 Honda Accord no Heat on the Driver Side Part 1

Part 2 This video of is part one of trying to restore the heat to the driver side of this 2005 Honda Accord. This seems to be a very common problem among the 2003-2007 Accords. There doesn’t seem to be a fix for it. On this car the coolant was flushed and replaced with Honda blue coolant and the heater core is not blocked. Replacing the motor did stop the car from coming out of the driver side dash vent constantly and the temp went up from 70 to 80 on the driver side.

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Honda Accord AC Evaporator And Expansion Valve Replacement (2003 - 2007)

Yes, this tiny little expansion valve requires you to tear into the dashboard to replace it. Blower motor and evaporator both have to come out before you can remove the valve. *Don't forget to recover the AC refrigerant before disconnecting any AC components and/or lines.* Applies to Honda Accord 2003 - 2007


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If you've been trying to find ways to remove the air vents or grille outlet units on the front dashboard of your car, whether the left driver side, the right passenger side or on the middle center-dash above the radio, then you've come to the right place. In this video, young mechanic Aiman will show you how to remove the air vent outlet on a 2004 Honda Accord, which is the same for model years 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2007 DX LX EX 2.4L & 3.0L V6 engine.

The process is actually very easy once you already have idea and know how to do it. It is recommended to use non-marring plastic tools instead of a flat-head screwdriver.

The procedures should also be very similar to most late model Honda and Acura such as Civic, Element, CRV, Pilot & Odyssey SUVs and minivans.

We're taking apart this car, and while doing so we would like to show you, and give you ideas on how-to take apart certain parts and components, interior, exterior, underbody and in the engine compartment so it they can assist you in fixing, removing, replacement & installation undertakings.

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