Remove the alternator from below the vehicle. 1. Disconnect the positive battery cable. 2. Disconnect the 4P or 3P connector from the alternator. 3. Remove the terminal nut and the WHT wire from the B terminal. 4. Remove the adjusting bolt and through bolt nut, then remove the alternator belt from the pulley. 5. Pull out the alternator through bolt, then remove the alternator. 6. If necessary, remove the mount bracket bolts, and the upper and lower mount brackets. 7. Adjust the alternator belt tension after installation. The deflection should be between 6mm to 8.5mm for a new belt.
no, obd1 and obd2 difference
The most common cause for your 1997 Honda Civic lights to dim is a bad alternator. The alternator is not charging the battery. The battery retains a small charge, but not enough charge to run the engine.
It is very complicated get a technicians help
To change the window regulator on a 1997 Honda Civic the door panel will need to be removed. Once removed the regulator will be visible and can be replaced by taking off the mounting hardware.
Where is the starter on a 1997 Honda Civic?
Disconnect the batery cable from the battery while the vehicle is running, if it dies, you need a new alternator there, buddy.
This is a trick question. You have to get a new car.
Honda civic 1997 comes out with 175/65r14 size 14inch wheels Honda civic 1997 comes out with 175/65r14 size 14inch wheels
My 1997 Honda Civic EX does not over heat when I come to a stop.
yes, the motors are interchangeable.
The 1997 Honda Civic OBD 2 port is on drivers side,connector faces down
A Honda Civic EX (V-tech, 127hp) 123mph
Taking off an alternator on a 1997 Honda Civic requires removal of the old belt. Loosen the belt pulley and pull it off when there is enough slack. Loosen the bracket bolts on the alternator. Be sure to unplug all electrical components and remove the alternator.
I have the same problem with my 1997 civic Dx
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nope, different body style/generation...
My mechanic just suggested 6years or 100,000 on my 98 civic.
where the oil pressure sensor located on 1997 Honda Civic EX 1.6L
Yes it will. It is also a felony.
no it will not fit... cuz the holes where the bolt goes does not match....
yes i did use old cables