The recalls that have affected the 2002 Honda Civic include airbags recalls. The total number of recalls included an additional 272,779 vehicles as of December 2011.
No. The motors are different, the 2000 Honda Civic uses D16 motors and the 2001 Honda Civics use D16 Motors.
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.
Yes, there have been a number of recalls on 2000 Honda Civics. The most recent recall was for the exterior lighting headlights. The lighting provided by the car is insufficient for proper driving and can result in accidents.
There has been no evidence of an acceleration problem with Hondas like the recent Toyota problems. However Honda just issued a 400,000 plus recall due to a break issue. Check out Honda.com for information on all current recalls.
Two models tied for the most number of recalls for 2006. First is the Honda Civic, and second is the Hyundai Sonata. Each 2006 model had a total of 4 recalls. Additional information is available at the following website, http://www.forbes.com/2007/02/16/vehicle-recall-safety-forbeslife-cx_dl_0219recall.html.
On a drain and refill about 3 quarts, if the transmissions completely empty of fluid 6.3 quarts.
If by "Civic transmission" you mean a D-series transmission then no, it is not compatible with the B-series engine. If the Civic has a B-series transmission then, oviously, it will work. All 5-speed B-series transmissions are compatible with all B-series engines.
The cost to replace a transmission on a Honda Civic depends on where the transmission is purchased, if it is new or used, and the charge of labor if any at all. Some used transmissions for a Honda Civic can start around $500. A new transmission can start around $1,700.
Yes! At least, it has been for me. From what I have been told, 2001 was a new model year for the Civic, which generally equals more problems. To date, I have had two recalls on my car, my intake and exhaust valves had to be adjusted within the first 3000 miles of driving it (my car was dying when taking corners), I have had numerous problems with my transmission which finally led to replacing several parts (thousands of dollars worth of work), my trunk won't open from the lever inside the driver-side door, and my alternator bearings went out while on a road trip. My mechanic tells me has had problems with other 2001 Civics, as well, especially with transmissions and valves.
Are there any tricks or possible problems in replacing a front bumper on a 1998 Honda Civic?