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.
With an engine code D16A8 it's 1.6Ltr.
The Throttle Position Sensor is located on the throttle body
1989 Honda Civic models did not come with ABS. The car was a smaller compact hatchback and used basic front disk brakes with rear drums.
First check to make sure you have enough coolant in the car.
ive got a 1989 Honda civic DX hatchbackAnswerNo. 88-91 as well.
The 1989 Honda Civic is not equipped with an EGR valve.
Try perhaps a trusty Honda manual for sizes then to a dealership to purchase them, this would probably be your best bet.
the fan sensor will be located underneath the distributor it should be a 2 wire plug and the sensor itself should be screwed into the head
According to the Kelley Blue Book website, power steering came standard only in the Si Hatchback, LX Sedan, and 4WD Wagon. All other models (Hatchback, DX Hatchback, CRX HF Hatchback, CRX Hatchback, DX Sedan, Wagon, and Wagovan) had it as an option only. In my opinion, the 1989 civic does not need power steering. The tires are narrow, the car is light, and the steering wheel is big enough that the only reason you would want power steering is if your civic had been pimped out with fat tires.
I have a 1989 civic dx: door 6.5", rear deck, 6.5"
The spark plug gap for a 1989 Honda Civic LX is .044" (1.11mm).
Yes. Just switch the headlight brackets out.(remove the headlight bracket from the CRX headlight/ install the CIVIC headlight bracket on the CRX headlight.
Might have slight differences. They are both in the 4th gen or EF class of civic. 88-91.
The 1989 Civic has a maximum torque rating of 97 pounds per foot at 3,000 RPM. 1989 was the first year Honda premier the more powerful 1.5 liter engine in the Civic.
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