CAI installation among other things
Can someone give me a brief how-to for removing the passenger side front fenderwell and possibly the front bumper as well? I'll need to do at least the first part to install my new CAI and possibly the second for some other mods i am considering. Thanks.
what year accord?
If its a 5th gen, just take the screws out holding the fender trim...not very complicated or something you could go look at and figure out.
if it's a sixth gen V6, just remove the front bumper to get to the resonator ... it's easy to figure out from there.
to remove the front bumper ... look for the following screws and grommits:
(4) near the upper front grill
(2) next to the front grill
(2) screws, in each fender
and a whole lot under the bumper
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i think hes got a 5th gen, first u should take off all the stock intake stuff and airbox then just unscrew them plasic screws in the wheel well, turn ur wheel all the way to a side so you cold pull the plastic lining out the way (i just pulled it and set it on top the tire) and unbolted the resonator and pulled it out. the rest is pretty simple. stick the filter down there and connect it to pipe on top thru the whole. and bolt everything on...
Last edited by bonestock; 07-11-02 at 04:22 PM.
make sure you put the screws back in well on the fender wall. i thought i did but i guess one of them fell out and the plastic got all mangled inside my wheel. i ended up cutting most of it off.
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