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Trailer Hitch Installation - 2010 Honda Accord - Curt

Today on our 2010 Honda Accord we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Curt Custom Fit Class 1 Trailer Hitch Receiver with the inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter opening, its part number is C11085. All right, here's what the hitch looks like installed. As you can see we've got our round tube that's going to come across, here in the middle is the receiver tube opening, this gives us the inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter opening. We've got a reinforcement collar around the end there, it's nice and flush. This is going to be end set on our bumper, or behind our bumper, so we won't have to worry about bumping into it. Got our plate style safety chain connection points here on the bottom.



Putco PURE High Performance Halogen Bulbs Installation - 2011 Honda Accord

Today on our 2011 Honda Accord we're going to show you how to install the Putco PURE High-Performance H11 Halogen Bulbs in Nitro Blue, Part Number is P230011NB. These are going to give us that HID kind of a look, that little bit of a blue coloration as we're heading down the road. The great thing about our lights, they meet all Department of Transportation standards, so we're not going to have to worry about anything there. These produce 55 watts at 12 volts, and they offer a color temperature that's about 4400K. To begin our installation we want to cut our wheel all the way over to the opposite side we're going to be working on. We're on our passenger side, the wheel is cut all the way to the drivers side. There's going to be a Phillips head screw right here that we're going to remove, then a Phillips head fastener right here.



Thule Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2015 Honda Accord

Today in our 2015 Honda Accord, we're going to take a look at the Thule Raceway Pro Two-Bike Rack Trunk Mount. Part number is TH9001PRO. We have a bike on our rack, and we have the rack hooked to our vehicle, just going to show a few things about it. How we have our bike strapped down, we have a total of three straps, we have two up top, and we have one to the side which we call an anti-sway strap, so we going to take off the two up top first, we going to take off our anti-sway strap. When you're loading your bike, you do anti-sway strap first, then the two up top. Let's go ahead and take off our bike, we going to set it off to the side. Now it's always a good idea to go ahead and make sure you put your straps back in place so they don't get lost or damaged, so we're going to do that first.



Thule Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2015 Honda Accord

Today on our 2015 Honda Accord, we're going to take a look at the Thule Passage 3 Bike Rack Carrier Trunk Mount. That part number is TH911XT. We have a bike on the rack, and we have our rack hooked to the vehicle. I just want to show you a few things about it. How we have our bike tied down to our rack, we have a total of three straps. We have two up top, and we have our anti-sway strap around the side. That's going to keep the bike from swaying as you're riding.



Thule Passage Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2015 Honda Accord

Male 1: Today on our 2015 Honda Accord, we're going to take a look at the Thule Passage Two-Bike Carrier Bike Mount. Part number's TH910XT. Now I have a bike on our rack and we have our rack hooked to our vehicle. So I want to show you a few things about it. Now how we have our bike on our rack, we have three straps. We have two up top.



Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2011 Honda Accord

Today on our 2011 Honda Accord we're going to review and install the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains, part number PW1034. Now, here's what our tire chain is going to look like once it is installed. One of the really nice features about our tire chain is the low profile design for middle of wheel clearances and it'll offer us a nice quiet and smooth ride. The tire chain itself is DOT compliant in all fifty states. To begin our install we're going to start with our tire chain laid out. Here on one end of our snow tire chains we'll have our hook that the adjustable cable will fit through. Then, any excess cable can be held by the two prong outer cable.



Thule CU9 Snow Tire Chains Review - 2011 Honda Accord

Today on our 2011 Honda Accord we're going to review and install the Thule Self Tensioning Lo Pro Snow Tire Chain with the Diamond link pattern, part number TH04115100; this will be on tire size P225/50R17. Our cross chain is the D link style chain, that's going to provide a really nice traction on the ice or snow pack road conditions. This chain is compatible with both front and rear wheel drive vehicles, with the build in tensioner, it will constantly adjust the tire chain to the tire keeping a nice contact so we avoid any slippage between the tire chain and the tire. It'll also make any adjustments from loosening between the tire chain and the tire so no manual adjustments are necessary once it's installed. Another really nice feature is the low profile design of our tire chain, it'll fit in tight or minimal clearances between the tire and wheel, or suspension. To install our tire chain, simply take the tire chain inner ring and feed it up and over the tire. I like to start at the top, then we'll take one side, feed it around the back side of the tire, followed by the other. Make sure the tire inner ring is firmly around on the inside wall of the tire.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2011 Honda Accord - Hidden Hitch

Today on our 2011 Honda Accord we're going to review and install the Hidden Hitch class one 1-1/4" receiver tube hitch, part number 60325. Now here's what our hitch is going to look like once it's installed. The majority of our hitch is hidden nicely up underneath the vehicle. The only thing we really have exposed is our receiver tube and chain hold downs, which is one on each side. Then going all the way through the receiver tube is a 1/2" pinhole. This is our class one 1-1/4" by 1-1/4" receiver tube so we've got a 200 pound tongue weight and a 2,000 pound tow capacity. Next I'll give you a couple measurements.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2011 Honda Accord - Draw-Tite

Today on our 2011 Honda Accord we're going to review and install the Draw-Tite Sport Frame class one trailer hitch, part number 24899. Now here's what our hitch is going to look like once it's installed. The majority of our hitch is hidden nicely up underneath the vehicle. The only thing we really have exposed is our receiver tube and chain hold downs, which is one on each side. Then going all the way through the receiver tube is a 1/2" pinhole. This is our class one 1-1/4" by 1-1/4" receiver tube so we've got a 200 pound tongue weight and a 2,000 pound tow capacity. Next I'll give you a couple measurements.



Highland All Weather Front Floor Mats Review - 2001 Honda Accord

Today on our 2001 Honda Accord, we're going to be showing you the Highland semi-custom fit floor mats in gray, part number 45030. These mats are also available in black, part number 46030 and tan, part number 44030. Now to start off we have to cut this tab off of our mat to get this little thing to come off. Just score it up here. Once you have it scored, it just tears off. You can clean that up if you want to to make it a little cleaner looking.



Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2014 Honda Accord

Today on our 2014 Honda Accord, we're going to review an install, the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chain, Part Number PW1038. This will be on tire size P20560R16. These tire chains also make all 50 state DUT requirements making the perfect option to have in your vehicle for those emergency situations. We're going to start with our tire chain laid out here on the floor. Here on one end, we've got our cable notches for feeding the adjustable cable through and locking into position. Once it's fed through, any excess cable can then be held by the cable keeper. Here's a quick idea of what that's going to look like.



Michelin Stealth Wiper Blades Installation - 2014 Honda Accord

Today on our 2014 Honda Accord we're going to review and install the Michelin Stealth Windshield Wiper Blades part number MCH8026 on the drivers side and part number MCH8019 on the passengers side. The only difference between these two wiper blades is going to be the length of them. This is the Michelin Stealth wiper blade. It offers a hybrid wiper blade combination of flexibility, contour, shape, and durability. It has a smart flex suspension that allows it to curve to the shape of the windshield while still offering structure and strength like a bean-style wiper blade which will allows us to get a noiseless, streak free wiping action whether in rain, snow, or sleet. Underneath the soft cover we peal back just slightly, we can see one of the eight pressure points that will go along the length of our blade. This is what gives us a nice uniform pressure all the way across our wiper blade in wiping action. The wiper edge or blade itself is a graphite edge to help reduce noise in wiping action.



Glacier Square-Link Snow Tire Chains Review - 2014 Honda Accord

Today on our 2014 Honda Accord we're going to review and install the Glacier square-link snow tire chains, part number PWPLC1138, on tire size P205/65R16. Now to begin our install we've gone ahead and laid out our tire chains here on the floor. Now our tire chain on one end is going to have these open links both inside and outside chain for adjustability. Our crosschain that goes across our tread tire is made of a low carbon steel, and it's in our d-link shape to provide superior traction on snow and ice. These are even applicable for off-road use. At the end of each crosschain will be a hook.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2014 Honda Accord - Hidden Hitch

Today on our 2014 Honda Accord we're going to review and install Hidden Hitch class one 1-1/4" receiver tube hitch, part number 60325. Now here's what our hitch is going to look like once it's installed. We've got a nice square crosstube design and a fully welded construction. The entire hitch has a nice black powder-coated finish and is a 1-1/4" by 1-1/4" receiver tube, along with the pre-drilled 1/2" pinhole that goes all the way through the receiver tube. This hitch is capable of up to 200 pounds of tongue weight and 2,000 pound tow capacity. Next I'll go ahead and give you a couple measurements to assist you with selecting accessories for your new hitch. From the center of the hitch pinhole to the outermost edge of the bumper is 1-1/2".



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2014 Honda Accord - Draw-Tite

Today on our 2014 Honda Accord we're going to review and install Draw-Tite class one 1-1/4" receiver tube hitch, part number 24899. Now here's what our hitch is going to look like once it's installed. We've got a nice square crosstube design and a fully welded construction. The entire hitch has a nice black powder-coated finish and is a 1-1/4" by 1-1/4" receiver tube, along with the pre-drilled 1/2" pinhole that goes all the way through the receiver tube. This hitch is capable of up to 200 pounds of tongue weight and 2,000 pound tow capacity. Next I'll go ahead and give you a couple measurements to assist you with selecting accessories for your new hitch. From the center of the hitch pinhole to the outermost edge of the bumper is 1-1/2".



Trailer Hitch Installation- 2006 Honda Accord - Curt

Today, on our 2006 Honda Accord, we'll be installing a Curt Hitch, part number C11327. This is what our hitch will look like once it's installed. Next, we'll go ahead and give you a couple measurements to assist your selecting accessories for your new hitch. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost edge of the bumper is 5 inches. From the top of the receiver-tube opening to the ground is 12 inches. This will assist your selecting accessories such as a ball mount, bike rack, or cargo carrier. Now, we'll go ahead with installation.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2015 Honda Accord - Curt

Today, this 2015 Honda Accord . We're going to show you part # C11681. This is a Curt Class I 1 1/4" receiver hitch. This is what the hitch looks like once installed on our vehicle. We'll do a quick overlook on it. inaudible 00:00:16. This is our 1 1/4" receiver right here.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2015 Honda Accord - Hidden Hitch

Today on this 2015 Honda Accord, we're going to show you part number 60325 from Hidden Hitch. This is their Class One, inch and a quarter receiver hitch. All right, this is what the hitch looks like when it's installed on the vehicle. First off, the hitch does sit below the bumper edge right here so you can see the whole body of the hitch. Now it does require cutting of the panel if it's existing on your car. All right, now this has a square tube body and it also attaches to the tie down loop right here. From this part down, you can see from the hitch and the rest of the hitch will go up, reach up around the trunk pan and go to the frame.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2015 Honda Accord - Draw-Tite

Today on this 2015 Honda Accord we're going to show you part number 24899. This is a Draw-Tite Sportframe Class I 1-1/4" Receiver Hitch. This is what the hitch looks like when it's installed on the vehicle. First off, the hitch does sit below the bumper edge right here, so you can see the whole body of the hitch. It does require cutting of the panel if it's existing on your car. This has a square tube body and it also attaches to the tie-down loop right here. From this part down you can see from the hitch and then the rest of the hitch will go up, reach up around the trunk pan and go to the frame. This uses existing holes so there's no drilling required. This hitch is designed to pull a 2,000 pound trailer and it has a 200-pound tongue weight, which means the force pulling down on the hitch. We'll go ahead and give you some measurements to help you out in selecting some accessories, such as a bicycle rack or a cargo carrier.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2015 Honda Accord

Today on this 2015 Honda Accord, we're going to install part number 118586, from Tow Ready. This is their T1 vehicle arm harness with a 4-pole flat. This T1 connector is inaudible 00:00:14 vehicles that have the LED tail lights. A turn signal can be a traditional incandescent light, but the bottom row will be LED's, and that's what we need for this vehicle. First off, we'll go ahead and take a look at the T connectors. The yellow one here will go into our left turn signal. This T connector with the brown wire and red wire will go to the tail light part that has a running light circuit and a break light circuit.





Honda Accord Questions

  • When towing a front wheel drive car like your 2008 Honda Accord on a tow dolly like the RoadMaster Tow Dolly # RM-2000-1 you want to put the car in park and be sure to have the emergency brake OFF.
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  • Of the available hitches for your 2013 Honda Accord, I believe that the Curt Class I Receiver, part # C11681 would provide the best appearance. The cross tube is constructed of tubular powder coated steel, which in many peoples opinion looks better than the square tubing of the Draw-Tite or Hidden Hitch models. The tubing bends up and back a few inches to either side of the receiver opening, which means that the entire cross tube is not visible from the rear. I have provided...
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  • The bike adpater bars, like # TH982XT, are also a fit for the trunk mount bike racks like the Raceway # TH9001PRO. All of the adapter bars work in the same manner, the bar telescopes to a certain length and clamp under the seat and under the handle bars so you can carry the bike more level. The # TH982XT would be a good choice. Looking at some pictures of the bike you would most likely have to raise the seat as high as you could to get an adapter bar to fit and be affective....
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  • Generally speaking wheel mount only bike racks are preferred. Especially for people with carbon fiber bike frames since frame mounts aren't recommended at all with them otherwise damage could occur. For other frame designs people still prefer them because there is no frame contact. People with suspension also prefer wheel mount as well. Loading is also easier because when the wheel mount is lowered you just set the bike in the tray, raise the wheel mount and then secure it to...
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  • The SportRack Roof Rack for the 2005 Honda Accord, part # SR1002, fits your 4-door sedan. SportRack does not offer fairings for their roof rack systems. I checked with my contact at Thule and they advised that the SportRack square crossbars have dimensions that make them incompatible with the hardware supplied with Thule fairings. Just to be absolutely certain I did test-fit a Thule fairing on the SportRack crossbar. As Thule advised, and by a very small margin, the hardware...
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  • As Hidden Hitch and Draw-Tite are sister companies, for all intents and purposes the hitches are identical. If you are planning on doing any towing, the Hidden Hitch, part # 60953 would be your best bet, as the draw bar and pin and clip are included. All you would then need is the wiring, part # 118302 and a trailer ball, part # 19256 for a 1-7/8 inch ball or part # 19258 for a 2 inch ball. However, if you only plan on using the receiver as an attachment point for a bike rack,...
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  • For Rhino-Rack roof rack # RRRS548 for your 2016 Honda Accord the centerline of the front foot will be 9-27/32 inches forward of the centerline between the front and rear doors. Once placed there the centerline of the rear foot will be 27-9/16 inches back from the center of the front foot. I have included a picture that better illustrates this. I have also linked both sets of instructions for this roof rack for you.
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  • I spoke with my contact at Kuat about your Sherpa bike rack. Unfortunately, they do not make an adapter for the 5 inch tires you have on your bike. The Thule Fat Tire Adapter Kit, part # TH919, is designed to fit the Thule platform-style bike rack and due to the way the front wheel cradle is mounted, it will not work on the Kuat carrier. You would have to do some pretty major modification to the Kuat carrier in order for the wheel cradle to be able to fit. I recommend...
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  • For carrying a bike rack the biggest advantage that the Draw-Tite Hitch # 24899 has over the Curt Hitch # C11681 is that it does not require the use of a stabilizing strap when carrying a non-supported load such as a bike rack. If you went with the Curt hitch you would also need a Curt Stabilizing Strap # 18050 to secure the rack. I attached a video on how this is done, but basically you will need to attach the strap to the rack and then run the other end of it to the edge...
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  • On all of the trailer hitches for the 2012 Honda Accord Crosstour, the cross member is going to be visible below the rear fascia. That does include the Curt hitch # 11002 as you can see in the picture I have provided. What I recommend is either the Hidden Hitch, # 60268 if you plan on doing some towing (includes ball mount, pin, and clip) or Draw-Tite hitch, # 24852, if you will be using the hitch with an accessory like a bike rack or cargo carrier. Neither the Draw-Tite...
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  • In order to replace the bolts and spacers to install the hitch on your 2016 Honda Accord, you will want the Replacement Hardware Kit # RHK. The bolts and spacers for the Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver # C11681 are not sold separately. When installing a trailer hitch on a new vehicle, it is always a good idea to replace all of the installation hardware. When the hardware is torqued, the force compresses the threads on the bolts and nuts. Once they have been torqued down, you will...
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  • The MagnaFlow Stainless-Steel Cat-Back Exhaust for the Honda Accord V6, part # MF16817, is specified by MagnaFlow to fit the 3.5L coupe for model years 2008-09. Installation instructions are included. My contact at MagnaFlow confirmed that their engineers have performed complete test fits for the 2008-09 model years but have not done so for the 2011 Accord Coupe. This does not absolutely mean that the system would not fit on your 2011 Accord but they are not able to confirm. It...
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  • Yes, Curt trailer hitch # C11681 will fit your 2014 Honda Accord Sport with dual exhaust. Take a look at the picture I have included that shows the hitch on an Accord Sport model with dual exhaust. If you plan on using the hitch for a bike rack or cargo carrier you will need to make sure the accessory is rated for use with a Class I trailer hitch. Also, for non-trailer loads, Curt requires the use of stabilization strap # 18050. And on a bike rack you are limited to 2 bikes...
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  • Curt does require that in order to maintain the limited lifetime warranty coverage on their Class I trailer hitch receivers a stabilizing strap must be used. This precaution does not indicate any weakness in the Curt hitch as compared to the Draw-Tite or Hidden-Hitch models. All are built to essentially identical standards. Curt simply chooses to be extra cautious by requiring use of the strap, which is a very good idea with any of the available hitches. Curt strap # 18050...
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  • The Hidden Hitch # 60325 and Draw-Tite # 24899 are manufactured by the same parent company, Cequent Performance Products. Both hitches will appear identical, will share the same weight ratings, and will install in exactly the same manner. The only difference between the two hitches is that the Hidden Hitch model includes the ballmount and pin and clip, while the Draw-Tite model does not. If you were using the hitch as the attachment point for a 2 bike rack or other hitch mounted...
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  • We do not have any grease seals that match your dimensions. When part numbers are not visible on the old grease seals taking measurements of the spindles themselves is the next best option. But if you took your measurements on the old grease seal this could be the reason for no match since the seals may become deformed over time. You will obtain more accurate measurements using a precision dial caliper on the spindles themselves. If you can re-check the spindle dimensions...
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  • You are correct, the 2013 Honda Accord sedan does have a listed towing capacity of 1,000 pounds gross trailer weight and 100 pounds tongue weight. Even though the hitches available, such as Curt hitch # C11681, are rated higher you will still need to go by the capacity listed in the vehicle owners manual. The correct ball mount to use with this hitch and vehicle is # C45521. For a 1-7/8 inch ball use # 19256 and for a 2 inch ball use # 19258. For trailer wiring, if your Accord...
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  • A 1 inch think wood floor should be sufficient. I would use 3/4 long wood screws to provide some more gripping threads. I would use screws at least every other hole if not every hole, starting from the center and working to the ends to ensure the track lays flat. Use enough tension from the straps to hold the bikes securely, but do not over-tension them as you might blow our your fork seals.
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  • I do have 1 trailer hitch that is listed as a fit for your 2012 Honda Accord Crosstour. Take a look at the Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch # 24852. Draw-Tite does list this hitch as fitting the 2012 models. If you plan on doing some towing, the correct ball mount is # 3590 and you can use pin and clip # PC2. For a ball, use # 19256 (1-7/8 inch diameter) or # 19258 (2 inch diameter). For trailer wiring use the T-One Vehicle Wiring Harness, # 118500. I have included a link to the installation...
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  • The Curt Class I Receiver Hitch, part # C11290 is a fit for your 2000 Accord. If you were planning on using the hitch for an attachment point for a bike rack, keep in mind that the reinforcement strap part # 18050 must be used or else the manufacturer warranty will be void. Might I make a suggestion? The Draw-Tite part # 24791 or Hidden Hitch part # 60913 receiver available for your vehicle does not require a reinforcement strap and attach to the vehicle frame instead of the...
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