Honda Accord (2003-2007) V6 Drive Belt Replacement DIY




Replace the Drive Belt on a 7th Generation (2003-2007) V6 Honda Accord

Works For:
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Honda Accord V6 Models

Source: DriveAccord.net

*note- I am in no way liable for any damage you may cause to your vehicle
What you will need

  • 14mm socket and socket wrench (a serpentine belt tool can also be used to make the job easier)
  • New drive belt
  • An assistant can help when getting the belt on and off.

Start with moving the power steering (P/S) reservoir. Simply lift it straight up and off it’s bracket as shown.

Place the wrench on the pulley shown.

Pushing up on the pulley, take the belt off of the P/S pulley. This part takes a littleĀ muscle.

Put the new belt on using this routing diagram (I couldn’t find this anywhere else online..)


After you have the belt more or less in it’s place, push up on the pulley as you did before and put the belt over the P/S pulley.

Go all around the belt and make sure it’s properly seated on all pulleys.

put the P/S reservoir back on it’s bracket and you’re done!





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3 Responses to “Honda Accord (2003-2007) V6 Drive Belt Replacement DIY”

  1. [...] Here is a DIY Specifally for Replacing the 2003-2007 Honda Accord V6 Drive Belt [...]

  2. NR OROZCO says:

    To add to the Honda Accord serpentine belt change…… the best tool I have found for changing these and other serpentine belts is a 1/2 breaker bar.
    The extra length and leverage gives you the ability to do the job solo……on the 2004 I would only add that I put the belt on the tensioner last, as it has no lip, while holding the tensioner CCW with the breaker bar.

  3. admin says:

    Good advice Orozco, thanks for the input.

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