yes exactly what he wrote, the 1992-1995 civics are the same basically, your engine would be a 1.6......some of them are 1.5 ( non v-tec) Provided your hood, fender or front clip has never been damaged, you'll see a white sticker with a bunch information about your engine speed ect. you should see something like; 1.6 or 2.6 ect. Good luck!
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The light is on to tell you that the computer has information for you. Use a code scanner and the computer will tell you why the engine is not running well.
look under the hood and at the top of the engine the valve cover will tell you.
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without more information, it's hard to tell, but most likely, yes
hard to tell without more information, but more than likely, yes it will
Owner's manual and a placard under the hood will tell you. You have a 1.6 liter inline 4 cylinder.
There are multiple reasons. Have the ECU scanned and that will tell you where to start looking and what part is being effected.
Depends on what year the Civic is which you did not list. All I can tell you is that it is on the dash near the fuel gauge.
It is the Check Engine Light, it means you have had a sensor fault. You should take it somewhere and have the codes dumped. They will tell you what you need.
From the factory, a 2000 Honda Civic EX engine does have VTEC on the intake side only. It does not say VTEC on the valve cover, and in stock form you normally cannot tell that it is working, but it is there.Unless the engine has been replaced with a non-VTEC engine or you are not operating the car correctly, VTEC should be engaging at around 5000 rpm while the engine is at normal operating temperature.
Call any Honda dealership and give them VIN number of car the radio is from..they will tell you code.
It the engine management warning light is on it is best to find out what the problem is and fix it. Many auto parts stores have a reader and call tell what is wrong for free.
The check engine light indicates a problem in the engine controls or emissions system, have the computer codes read and you will know exactly what your car is trying to tell you.
There is not really a way to tell you how antifreeze got on the Honda Civic ex. You will have to be more specific on where you found it on the back the car. Have the cooling system pressure tested. That may make the leak more obvious.
Look for a sticker under the hood My 89 Civic with a 1.5 ltr. engine is 1.1 mm or .043 in. If your 91 doesn't have the same motor, call a autoparts store and they will tell you what the gap should be.
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The engine code will tell you, that's located on the bottom block a little to the left from your headers, yours might say d15b7, d16y8, or d16z6 aether way your size engine will be a 1.5 or a 1.6 litre
How often should oil be changed on 2007 Honda civic The Civic Maintenance Minder on the dash will tell you when to change the oil. If you don't want to listen to the computer, just do it every 3,000 - 5,000 miles and you will be OK.
I can tell you that the engine used in the CR-V is identical to the engine in the Honda Civic. I rarely do this, however, you may want to go on the internet and locate a Honda CRX or CR-V owners/fan group on the internet and post your question there OR simply call a Honda dealer's service department and ask.
every 3000-5000 miles, but your owners manual should tell you exactly what Honda recommends
Remove the radiator cap(careful it will be hot if engine has been running) and see if you tell if the fluid is moving like a slow river. Use a small towel, that should protect you hands from steam and hot cap.
It will tell you in the manual. Most likely it is on the inside of you hood.
0.44 on 92 call oreily theyll tell you
i have the same car. how to tell what oil.. simple pop open your HOOD and on engine oil CAP it should say the type of oil ur car needs. :]