I’d like to know the number of bolts and locations for removing intake manifold for 1999 Honda Passport. Thanks
What you want to do is pick up a repair manual for the car. If you’re going to be working on it a lot & keeping it going a factory manual is your best investment, though they run upwards of $150 or so.
If you’ll just being doing some basic work on it you can get a Haynes or Chilton’s for about $20 at an auto parts store. They are pretty bad but for most jobs contain the basic steps as well as things like torque specs/patterns.
Autozone also has free online repair info. Bare bones, but free and sometimes enough for what you need to know.
I’m With Cigroller On Manuals. I Buy One For Every Vehicle In Our Family Fleet.
Helm Inc. has your “factory” Passport Service Manual in stock for a bargain $49.50 plus S&H.
"1999 Passport Shop Manual - Price: $49.50 - In Stock "
“An average of 1,500 pages of detailed repair instruction and diagrams written by Honda service professionals make this the best manual available for accurate repair. Each Section includes a Table of Contents, and many have a Component Location Index showing parts disassembly sequence, bolt torques, thread sizes, and page references to descriptions in text. Book includes Maintenance Schedules, Specifications, Troubleshooting, Special Tools, Removal/Installation, Disassembly and Adjustment. Repair instruction on Engine Electrical, Engine, Cooling, Fuel and Emissions, Transaxle, Steering, Suspension, Brakes including ABS, Body, Heating/Air Conditioning/Ventilation, Body Electrical and Restraints.”