Yes they sell them with a manual or automatic transmission.
yes it will. Only if they have the same motor. make sure you check before you try it.--Josh
Just spark plugs, make sure they are gapped correctly .044".
There is a reservoir that you check with a dipstick but make sure your engine is cool and off while you do it.
bring in the registration or title to the Honda dealer. they can look up the vin and make you a key..
If it wasn't originally designed as an automatic then it can not be converted into an automatic
you can make it fit with a few welds, i have a 01 civic and it has a 1996 accords muffler on it
NO. It wil bolt up to the D-series motor. However, 5th gen (1992-1995) Civics have hydro transmissions, 4th gen have cable transmissions. If you're handy with fabrication and a welder, I suppose you could make an adapter to make it work. If your talking about an automatic, then the 5th gen ECU won't be kind to your CEL.
The difference between a civic duty and a civic responsibility is in the motivation behind it. Civic responsibility is something that you take upon yourself to make a country better while civic duty is something that you must do or face a legal action.
Get an automatic tank building kit.
Yes, Colt has and continues to make automatic pistols.
its a sunfire and automatic you don't
start by checking your transmission fluid level. car has to be running transmission hot and in park on level ground to make sure you get an accurate reading
Does Honda still make the Honda Civic SI ? That is a good question and I would have to unfortunately answer that with a no. Year 2005 was the last year for the make of this particular car.
No it is not possible
The easiest way to fill the transmission for an automatic transmission in an explorer is to pour the atf right down the pipe that you check you fluid in the transmission with. make sure you check the level frequently so that you do not over fill.
What's the fun in that. Hunting is suppose to be a sport of skill. Why don't they make field goals automatic once you make a touchdown. SKILL!
The short answer is "Yes". However, the swap in question is not an easy one for many backyard mechanics. In order to make the swap happen you will need aftermarket motor mounts, modified axles, a modified wiring harness, a pedal swap, a new center console (to make the shifter look right,) and an upgrade from OBD0 to OBD1.Depending on the trim level of your 1991 Civic, you can swap motors from the same generation Civic (1988-1991) for not only a power increase, but a cheaper and easier swap. So if you have an LX, you could source a D16A6 engine from a Civic SI for a considerable power improvement, and all you will need is the motor and preferably the Engine Control Unit (ECU).The automatic-to-manual swap will require a set of pedals from a 1988-1991 Civic, a manual transmission for the motor you have or want to use with shift linkage, all clutch components with lines and cylinder(s), and an ECU designed for both your motor and transmission.
This is normal.
Yes. All the major manufacturers make a hitch for the Civic, including Hidden Hitch and Curt Mfg.