no Dipsticks should not affect the startup of the car. You may need to change your spark plugs, or in certain cirtumstances, change your starter motor which is not so expensive.
The transmission dipstick on a 1987 Honda Civic is located to the left of the oil dipstick. It is close to the left edge of the engine.
there is not a dipstick on a manual transmission
The dipstick is located behind the steering wheel.
1996 civic tranmission dip stick
Look down low on the transmission for a yellow loop handle on the dipstick.
remove bolts and clip. Then remove oil dipstick tube.
A 1989 Honda Civic did not make use of a transmission fluid dipstick. Instead there are two bolts available. A filler bolt and a drain bolt.
the front of the engine under/around the exhaust
the dipstick is located on the engine compartment right hand side almost on top of the right side axle. the handle for dipstick is yellow.
3.5 to 4.25 qts add 3.5 then check the dipstick if you cant find the dipstick take it to a shop
Try the main relay. Mine was behind the glovebox on a 1996 civic. Good luck.
Check your timing... Also make sure your distributor is still good... I just had to change mine on my 97 civic
At the dipstick. It is down in between the radiator and the engine.
Should be on the lower rear of the block, near the dipstick.
The 1997 Honda Civic gearbox has a fluid capacity of 4.8 quarts. You can check the gearbox fluid level with the gearbox dipstick.
In the 1991 Honda Civic 4dr model. the dipstick for the transmission can be found on the passenger side of the vehicles engine compartment roughly in the center. it will be hard to see at first glance and not the easiest to get at from experience, as it is beneath airtake hoses and wiring.
Civic is an adjective. As in relating to a city. Example Civic Problems. Can also be related to a citizen. Example Civic Pride. It is also the model of a Honda vehicle.
on the side of the gearbox, there is a levelling screw, that determines the amount of oil
Its on passenger side near the firewall its a screw on hope you find it
The oil dip stick is located on the left side (driver side) of the engine.
The Honda automatic transmission is filled through the transmission dipstick hole.
Have vehicle scanned to determine problem
Should be where the tansmission is, close to the left side of the radiator.
It depends on the model, but for the two Hondas I have (1988 and 1991, end run) they are right in front. When looking at the top of the engine, look straight down and there will be a metal loop sticking out. That is the dipstick for the cars I have worked on.