I couldn't find anything either, but their design is pretty similar to any other strut replacement where the lower strut tube attaches to the knuckle with bolts, so it shouldn't be to challenging (much easier than changing struts on cars that use a pinch bolt on the knuckle to hold the strut tube). There's a sticky post above with links to the factory service manual, which has the instructions along with the torque values.
Out of curiosity, has anyone replaced these? I have the mounts from Rock Auto, I just don't want to pay the $4-600 I have been quoted. How difficult is it to replace these, and is there a write up or video on how to do this?
2011 Honda Pilot EX
Purchased with 80,000 miles on it- Private Party
Ran great for the first 3,000 miles. Currently has 83,253 miles
When driving between 20 – 55 mph engine shuts off and looses electrical to instrument panel for a split second and then power / instrument...
Hi good Evening, I bought a 2010 Honda Pilot but discovered that the person had it swapped out the engine with a 2007 Honda Odyssey engine. Can this engine work, or do I need get a another engine that is a pilot engine.
Tonight when I started the Pilot a noise like a fan hitting something started to come from the center console. We removed everything inside to make sure nothing was bouncing around. It stops after several minutes but starts again when the car is started again. Definitely coming from below the...
I have a 2011 EX-L with RES that I bought new in December. I have around 6000 miles on it now, and it just recently started making a periodic 'pop' or crackle sound from all the speakers for a fraction of a second. I looked around and saw there was an issue with a popping sound that was related...