in case anyone else ever wants to, here it is, haha. i didnt keep track of the tools and stuff youll need. but have some ratchets and sockets and youll be good, haha. maybe a pipe for extra leverage for the mounting bolts. ok, so well start by removing the Low Pressure line first. before you disconnect anything, you need to drain the lines, legally or illegally. what did i do? i wont tell....but ill say al gore hates me haha ok, so first you take the nut, on the right, off with a deep 10mm socket, but youll have to do both eventually. these are located on the compressor. then you have to take out the bolt on the right in this pic theres a bolt down on the frame rail that you need to take out next then you can disconnect it at the firewall. it also makes it easier to get if you remove the intake. you loosen this connection to detach the low pressure line now you can get at the high pressure line easily. so to remove the high pressure line, you undo it from the firewall then take out this bolt after that, undo it from the canister, in front of the condenser. then just snake it thru, into the engine compartment, and its out. add it to the pile... then the firewall looks like this now were gonna take out the condenser. take off the other high pressure line from the canister then detach it from the condenser and detach the other end of the high pressure line from the other side of the condenser disconnect that line from the compressor in the engine bay, its the one on the left then snake it out of the engine bay threw the front, that was easiest for me now you can take out the condenser we'll need to push the radiator back to pull out the condenser, so take off the radiator mounts now the rad will be loose, so take out the bolts holding in the condenser once those are out, you can pull out the condenser after you push the rad back a little. once its out, hook all the radiator mounts back up and everything. now take out the canister this bolt will loosen the canister, slide it out now take off the canister mount add it to the pile! now all that should be left is the compressor. first we need to get the power steering pump and belt out of the way. so take out these 2 bolts that hold in the PS pump it will then be loose, so you can easily take off the belt, and put it off out of the way, and push the pump back a little, out of the way now, the alt and a/c compressor are on the same belt, and the alternator is the tensioner for the belt, so we need to loosen that to take the tension off the belt. loosen this bolt at the top of the alt first then loosen this one at the bottom once those are loose, you can loosen this long screw, which is the tensioner for the belt, which moves the alt back and fourth. once the alt is loose enough to get the belt off, take it off. then you loosen all 4 of these bolts on the compressor once theyre off, youll just have the mount for the engine block left. take these 2 nuts and 2 bolts out then that will be off add them to the pile! now you put your new alt belt on, the one for a DX model accord without A/C. re-tighten the tensioner on the alt, tighten up all the alt bolts you loosened, put the PS back on with its belt, make sure thats tight too. then youre really done. cap off the a/c line on the firewall, so no moisture and crap get in, then you can start the car and see if it runs, haha. it should work fine.