it depends on the year.
just loosen those two bolts and the power steering pump should be able to slide up/down.
slide the pump enough that it creates enough slack on the belt. then remove the belt
that's all there is to it
I know my 97 Honda civic dx doesn't.
8th gen civic si's have electric power steering,
The 1997 Honda Civic DX did originally come with power steering although you could also purchase models that were stripped down versions. These did not include power steering, power windows, or power seats.
Changing a power steering belt on a 1998 Honda Civic requires loosening the adjustment pulley. Locate and loosen the pulley to create enough slack so the belt can slide off. Install the replacement.
Before changing the power steering pump on a 2001 Honda Civic drain all the fluid in the system. The pump is located in the front of the engine. Remove the belt first than the pump. Unplug all hoses that travel to it and replace the unit. Once replaced flush the power steering system.
turn steering wheel lock to lock several times.
What size bolt for a 2005 Honda civic DX power steering tank bracket..
check your power steering fluid and hoses, if full, then the pump went out
near the wiper bottle
The 1998 Honda Civic offers a standard 6 engine, power steering, windows, and locks. Optional CD player/tape deck, sunroof, key less entry, and power seats.
If your Honda Civic is squeaking when you turn the steering wheel then it could be the belt to the power steering pump that needs replacing.
If your car is equiped with power steering, the reservior is located in the engine bay on the drivers side. It is attached to the engine where the belts run.