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Replace timing belt and plugs on 1999 Passport V6. Now experiencing multiple misfire. Verified timing belt installation twice. Noticed high volume of air induction through air cleaner box. Sounds like...

I would like to know of any "surprises " when changing the valve cover gaskets on a 1999 Honda Passport? Looks like an easy job but you never know. Also, what is the torque for the valve cov...

I own a 1999 Honda Passport EX 4WD and I love the thing but I've been having a problem with a vibration underneath. It sounds like a heat shield or something and it occurs when I accelerate at around...

Here is my 2 cents. Think of the SUV/Truck craze of the 90's. Honda wasn't in this game because they didn't have their own products or V-6 engines (ie the Passport was a rebadged Isuzu Rodeo, the pr...

car-to-avoid list is the Passport for the 95 to `99 model years....

has a problem unlike their cars. Remember the passport is only an over priced Isuzu Rodeo that also does not hold its value. I still think Honda is one of the best made vehicles for the cost and for...

So do everything you can do to get out of that Lemon. I kept thinking things would get better -- WRONG, WRONG,WRONG. Apparently a lemon is a lemon and you just need to ditch it. Otherwise it will c...

As for the first CR-V, it was no less an SUV than the current model. In many respects it even performs better than the new one. During its first month of sales it surpassed the RAV4 and has never lo...

Hi, I've a 1999 Honda Passport. Everything was working fine until yesterday night. This morning, it all of a sudden did not crank up. Here's what I observed:...

I noticed that this post was about a month ago, I was wondering if you located the prob as of yet? Ive got a 1999 Passport V6 4wd, with the EXACT same symptoms. definitely a mind boggler. Any info ...
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