Honda Accord: Intermediate Shaft Reassembly - Transaxle - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: Intermediate Shaft Reassembly

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Special Tools Required


Special Tools Required

-Oil Seal Driver 07GAD-PH70201

-Half Shaft Base 07NAF-SR30101

-Attachment 52 x 55 mm 07746-0010400

-Attachment 35 mm I.D. 07746-0030400

-Driver Handle, 15 x 135L 07749-0010000

-Attachment 45 x 55 mm 07MAD-PR90100

NOTE; Refer to the Exploded View, as needed, during this procedure.

1. Clean the disassembled parts with solvent, and dry them with compressed air.

NOTE: Do not wash the rubber parts with solvent.

2. Press a new intermediate shaft bearing (A) into the bearing support (B) using the 52 x 55 mm attachment  and a press.

3. Install the internal snap ring (A) into the groove (B) of


3. Install the internal snap ring (A) into the groove (B) of the bearing support.

4. Press the intermediate snatt |A) into the shaft bearing


4. Press the intermediate snatt |A) into the shaft bearing (B) using the 35 mm attachment (C) and the press.

5. Install the external snap ring (A) into the groove of the


5. Install the external snap ring (A) into the groove of the intermediate shaft (B).

. Install a new outer seal (A) into the bearing support


. Install a new outer seal (A) into the bearing support (B) using the 45X55 mm attachment (C), the oil seal driver (D), the half shaft base (E), and the press. Press in the seal until it is 4 В± 0.2 mm (0.16 В± 0.008 in) (F) below the surface of the bearing support end.

7. Install the heat shield (A).


7. Install the heat shield (A).

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