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Old 22 Aug 2007, 07:10 am
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Default how to pu in back my honda accord SA6 piston?

1984 honda accord SA 6. I take it out to wash and forget the aero sign which way to pint it to. point it to direction on manifold or the extractor?
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Old 22 Aug 2007, 07:18 am
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Very confusing... You take your car out for washing and disconnect something on the engine? What exactly did you remove and why? Can you describe the items it attaches to? Describe the part you are installing?
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