This should help. On a SOHC D-series it should be pretty easy. The DOHC engine is a bit more tricky, the B-series trickier still. But as long as you stick to the instructions you should be fine.
D series are very easy. make sure go ahead get new timing belt and tensioner, new head stud.
look for coolant in the oil and do a compression test. two adjacent cylinders with low compression will indicate a blown headgasket.
The 1986 Honda CRX already has a 1.5.
Civic Racing eXperiment = CRX
I've just gone to service :)
Honda produced the CRX from 1983 to 1991. Honda is releasing a car in 2011 called the CR-Z, it is a hybrid remake of the CRX. Check it out!
For crx si the hp is 108.
There are many places online where an individual can purchase the vehicle Honda CRX SI. Examples would include eBay, CRX SI website, and Honda's official website.
The Honda CRX features a cable type clutch and therefore does not have fluid. The CRX Del Sol however features a hydraulic assembly and does.
no, because there is no such thing as a 1999 CRX
My CRX has a 10 gallon gas tank.
Yes they have them.