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2008 - 2012 Maintenance Guide - 4 cylinder

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Could this also apply to the 2007 accords with 2.4 engines and brakes??
 
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Could this also apply to the 2007 accords with 2.4 engines and brakes??
Some of the procedures are the same. The K24 engine block is basically the same. Things like PCV valve, spark plugs, engine oil, etc. are the same.

2008, 2009, and just a few early production 2010 Accord came with rear pads that wore fast, Honda revised the brake pad compound, added V-springs, and had instructions to switch around the upper and lower rear caliper slide pins (that would not be applicable to the 2007).
 
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Thanks for the info redbull-1..good to know.Was a bit concerned that those issues(brakes) would be applicable to the 2007 accord..a bit more relaxed now...
 
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