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Old 06-17-2018, 01:19 PM   #1
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ALB/ABS motor removal

Hey all
seen this thread is for the CB7 my Dads is a CB3 are they the same
as http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=203346
also is it in the same location under the battery tray?

how easy is it to remove from the top of the car?

Thanks in advance

also we put a loop on the plug on the passenger side (UK) did not come up with any codes however the engine management light stays on.

the issue we have is the pump/motor is noisy

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Old 06-17-2018, 01:40 PM   #2
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The one in that thread had been removed from a wrecked car that was completely disassembled for parts. I'm pretty sure I had the engine and virtually everything else above it removed first, so I can't tell you how easy (or not) it is to remove in an otherwise complete car.
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The one in that thread had been removed from a wrecked car that was completely disassembled for parts. I'm pretty sure I had the engine and virtually everything else above it removed first, so I can't tell you how easy (or not) it is to remove in an otherwise complete car.
Hey @fleetw00d thanks for your reply. im searching this forum can see your name all over the place everyone else have said they will report back but never do. ill keep searching, credit to you for the fix
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OEM service manual indicates you just need to remove the battery tray to gain access for removal.
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OEM service manual indicates you just need to remove the battery tray to gain access for removal.
thanks is this online manual?
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thanks is this online manual?
i only have this
http://wedophones.com/Manuals/Honda/...r%20Manual.pdf
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I looked at my paper copy of the OEM service manual.
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I looked at my paper copy of the OEM service manual.
ah ok which brand is the manual? if you have a picture i would be grateful
does it go into detail on how to remove it?
I'm looking at getting one here in the UK
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Old 06-17-2018, 08:47 PM   #9
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Avcar, Sounds like what you have is ABS pump over run. Getting the pump out is not too hard. I fixed my pump over run like a year ago so my recollection might not be perfect. Pull the battery and the tray below it. Then you can access the pump. There should be 3 12mm bolts holding it down. Use a long 3/8 extension and you can get to them easier. You need to have something ready to plug the fluid line comming down to it also. Once you get the line off and plugged. Then just unplug the harness plug and it should come out.
You gotta crack this thing open and get down to the sliders inside. Hand sand the sliders and the openings till they move in and out freely. Then reassemble and reinstall. You probably need to bleed the ABS also.
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Avcar, Sounds like what you have is ABS pump over run. Getting the pump out is not too hard. I fixed my pump over run like a year ago so my recollection might not be perfect. Pull the battery and the tray below it. Then you can access the pump. There should be 3 12mm bolts holding it down. Use a long 3/8 extension and you can get to them easier. You need to have something ready to plug the fluid line comming down to it also. Once you get the line off and plugged. Then just unplug the harness plug and it should come out.
You gotta crack this thing open and get down to the sliders inside. Hand sand the sliders and the openings till they move in and out freely. Then reassemble and reinstall. You probably need to bleed the ABS also.
Thank you Iíll have a look
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