On the 8th, I used the spot in the back where there is a round shaped medal piece...basically the tow hook I believe? Then in the front, almost in the center of the subframe is a spot for it.That is for the jack that comes with the vehicle. i am looking for places to jack with a floor jack.
yeah, I wouldn't go for the front lower radiator frame...the subframe will work fine with no worries of bending it.Same location as indicated in the manual. In prior generation Accords and Civics I have done fine with the rear tow hook and front lower radiator frame, there is a notch. I read that there has been issue with bending the lower radiator frame on some newer vehicles don't know if this is true or not.
Hard to say what you have circled there but if this helps , On a Accord you can lift from that tail tow hook in back and in front there a arrow in center of front subframe to do same on front .Hello all,
I'm waiting for the service manual to come out and I have not seen anything in the owners manual on where to place floor jack to lift the rear end so both rear wheels are up at the same time. While the rear wheels are up, I wanted to place jackstands in the area under the rear doors (as shown in the owners manual).
I have attached photos to indicate where I think the floor jack point would be. Can anyone confirm if it's on the tow "eye" or under the rear axle area?
Chief,I think you got it bro. ...... That has to be the lift point because there is nothing else back there.
The photo underneath..... I would NOT lift at the tow hook.Chief,
I just wanted to be sure which photo you were referring to as the lift point. Was it the tow hook or the photo underneath?
hehe, btw, I only have 2 floor jacks
He is taking about a floor jack... it will crunch those spots. He needs a solid frame spot not those tabs.There should be a peace of metal that sticks out under the fender that has 2 indentions on it. It may seem as if its not a strong point to jack up but it is. That's where Honda tells you to. I'll try and take a picture later of the spot
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