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1995 Honda Passport 3.2L Automatic. Truck was in body shop for repair from accident. The vehicle started and ran when it went in. The starter was having some issues with grinding but still started and ran no problem. 2 weeks after the body shop had it, when they finished the repairs, the truck would not start. They had no problem other than the starter for the 2 weeks and the mechanic ... Read More
new 1995 passport owner !!!!! Hi i am going to be getting a 1995 passport and was wondering what is the tire size , i am looking to go off roading and want to get some good tires also where can i find a lift kit or spacers to lift ita little and im also looking for a cold air intake , and i cant find a grille guard for it ... Read More
I have 1995 Honda Passport 4x4 that I just bought. Overall I am happy with it except no heat comes out of the vents even though the fan is working at all speeds. Temp. gauge is at 1/3 and stays there when engine has run for 5-10 minutes. Other problem, probable completely unrelated, is dash lights and tail lights don't work. Head lights, stop lights, turn indicators, etc work fine. THANKS ... Read More
To all the people posting on this site, have any of you been reading or are any of you aware of the issues with the Rodeo and Passport vehicles? The rear driver's side torque bar rusts off and causes accidents or near accidents. There is currently a federal investigation in the process with the hopeful outcome being a recall. This covers vehicles from 1995 to 2002. Go to Edmunds.com forum and ... Read More
I'll be darned, I thought I was the only one with this problem as I too have a 1995 Passport that once in awhile runs very rough on the highway puffing black smoke out the exhaust burning tons of gas then out of nowhere the engine light comes on and it runs fine until I let the speed drop below 65 thereby the engine light goes out and runs rough again....... ... Read More
I was wondering if anyone could help solve my problem. My 1995 Honda Passport tail lights and dashboard lights are not working properly. Whenever I insert a new 10a fuse the lights come on momentarily but then very quickly blow. Could anyone steer me in the right directions. This did not always happen, so i'm a little confused.
OK. I have a 1995 Honda Passport (113000 miles). About 4 months ago, I had a problem with the brake light and battery light glow dim. The fan on the A/C stopped working. I took it to an electrical specialist. They replaced the blower and the fuse box (I think). Everything worked fine. NOW the lights are coming on dim again and will go bright when I press the brake down ... Read More
This is the same as a Rodeo. My brake, fuel (gas) and battery lights are on, and the air conditioner / heater / fan won't work. My voltmeter shows 14 v and I had my alternator replaced (before it was showing only 10 v, which is why I had the alternator replaced). When I pull the charging relay, everything works fine. I replaced the relay with a new one, and all ... Read More
1995 Honda Passport, V 6, 1150,000 miles. Sometimes radio goes on and off intermittently, rear defrost don't work. (Today installed new battery, then tonight it went from 13.8 volts charging to 10 volts charging + the battery light and brake light came on, the AC/ Heater fan blower motor stopped working all at the same time.) What do you think?
I have just bought a 1995 honda passport for my wife and have noticed a ticking noise sounds like coming from valve train is there anything i can do to make the noise any quieter
Hello, I have a 1995 honda passport 2 wd with about 100000 miles. it is in pretty good condition and been having trouble with acceleration on the hwy. I have taken it to about 3 mechanics and have spent over 2500 trying to fix it. The mechanics cannot seem to locate the problem or give me a direct answer to my problem. the just keep telling me to bring it in ... Read More