How to Replace the Starter on a 2013 Honda Accord with 2.4 L Engine

How to Replace the Starter on a 2013 Honda Accord with 2.4 L Engine

Brian Eslick from How to Automotive takes you step-by-step through the process of replacing the starter on a 2013 Honda Accord with 2.4 L engine.

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Shaun says:

How much did that part cost you from Honda?

Gabbi Kellermann says:

Thank you for sharing this video. Just helped me install new starter in 2013 Accord, Sport Trim, Manual Transmission. Starter was a different model (slightly), but the installation was essentially identical.

vsonic86 says:

You got to be kidding me??? Damn… it looks difficult already

Craig Evanson says:

Honda has always had electrical issues (Ignition switch made in Mexico,evap solenoids fail )but they still have fewer problems than a lot of vehicles out there.Sadly They cut corners to remain competitive.

Rich E Rich says:

A Remey re-man replacement starter from Rock Auto was over a $100 cheaper than the parts house's locally..

Kyle Rochford says:

Thank you!!!

xboxguy95 TheKing says:

My accord sport 2014 still going strong,almost 74K miles on it ,only had to replace the alternator at 71K which was easy ,other than that still no issues

suman tamang says:

Deciding to do it myself, is it a good idea for a noob like me to try to do it myself? If it’s not, what are the tools that I need to do it?

Pete Solorio says:

I love my Honda, but I'm not putting one of those OEM starters back in my car those things are garbage

Sarbjot Singh says:

First of all, thank for you this video.

Couple of questions:

1) Do you know what part would go into a 2015 Accord EX-L? I'm thinking a 9 tooth from everything I'm reading online.

3) Remanufactured and refurbished parts are different correct? Remanufactured can still be new, but refurbished pretty much means it's been used and fixed if I'm not mistaken. Do you recommend using a refurbished Honda Accord OEM starter or putting in a new remanufactured one like the Bosch SR1355x? Because wouldn't another Honda Accord starter just mean it would fail again? Mine has started to fail at 47K miles, doesn't that mean it'll eventually do it again if I put in the same defective part?

Chris Kraus says:

Would this be the same as a 2012 crv

Pete Solorio says:

my 2013 accord sport just started acting wired.. but it hasn't failed me yet 154,000 miles later.. but I'm sure this starter is going to be the first thing to fail on her..

john jkizer says:

On the accord from 2013- 2017 requires no radio code after disconnecting the battery, just simply press the power button when the display ask for a code and bam he radio is back on, just need to reprogram the radio stations.

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