now that is the mechanic
jon looks like this
jon looks like this
here's his carjon v said:What chassis are you putting this in?
that is why I started this website, thanks.dre2004 said:sorry for the repost. this is what i ordered. also got bearings and extra bolts for tranny, alt, starter, flywheel, clutch, pulley, engine mount bracket for crv
Product # Description Quantity Unit Price Total Price
95701-08045-08 BOLT, FLANGE (8X45) 3 $0.73 $2.19
90034-689-000 BOLT, TWELVE POINT (8MM) 6 $3.40 $20.40
95701-12085-08 BOLT, FLANGE (12X85) 1 $1.35 $1.35
95701-12060-08 BOLT, FLANGE (12X60) 4 $0.97 $3.88
31185-PCX-003 COVER, BEARING 1 $5.14 $5.14
11910-PPA-000 BRACKET, ENGINE SIDE MOUNTING 1 $23.41 $23.41
90011-PNA-B00 BOLT (12MM) 8 $2.61 $20.88
90025-PNA-000 BOLT, SPECIAL (8X105) 1 $2.61 $2.61
90027-PND-A00 BOLT, SPECIAL (10X50) 1 $2.12 $2.12
91005-PPS-003 BEARING, BALL (40X80X18) 2 $27.23 $54.46
31175-PRA-000 BRACKET, IDLE PULLEY 1 $39.96 $39.96
31190-PRA-000 PULLEY, IDLE 1 $22.61 $22.61
90031-PRA-000 BOLT, SPECIAL FLANGE (10X25) 1 $1.48 $1.48
Shipping Charge [Shipping Charge may vary with package size / weight]:
Handling Charge: $2.95
Sales Tax: $0.00
Total Order : $223.49
The other port on the right he plugged is already blocked from the factory so no need for that one.If you see the brass pipe fitting in the center of the pic, that is my fix. I had a machine shop thread the hole for the coolant port and they also plugged the other hole (which is used for the egr system and is not needed)
I went to ACE Hardware and bought a 90 degree bend male & female pipe fitting for the 3/8" threaded hole in the head. Put the male side into the head. Then got a 3/8" straight male pipe fitting and hose clamped the tstat hose to it and screwed that into the female part of the 90 degree one coming out of the head. The hose coming off of the bottom goes into the thermostat like it did before.
As for the sensor that originally screwed into the top of the water port, I removed it. I also had 2 hoses connected to the sensor....1 going to the intake mani and 1 going to my aem intake....so I just removed the sensor from the motor all together and ran 1 hose from the intake mani to the aem intake.
This fix cost me $20 at the machine shop and $4 at ACE. Work just fine and the 2 things that I bypassed in the motor (egr port & sensor) where both for emissions purposes to the best of my knowledge, so I will be fine with out them.
Car runs great, No leaks and I havent thrown one error code yet !!!