How do you change the spark plugs on a 2000 Honda civic dx hatchback?
I had one. I can't exactly remember but I believe your question is due to the fact you can't see the plugs. As I remember they are on the firewall side of the engine. It is basically a blind man's job. You do it by feel. First make sure the engine is cold. try using a mirror and a flash light to get a general idea of where you are going with this, where the plugs are etc. carefully pull off the spark plug wires by pulling on the boot not the wire. spark plug wrench, small extender, maybe even a universal joint would help and a ratchet handle - then just feel your way. getting them out will be the easiest part. You might want to just loosen them a few turns and try blowing out any dirt from the hole before fully extracting them. Again difficult cause you can't see. getting them back in will be much harder since you have to aim them by feel. Just don't get them cross threaded or the tips contaminated with greasy dirt.
I have a 1991 Honda Accord. I ran a bottle of "slick 50" fuel system cleaner through my car with a tank of gas. It helped the miss some. Then I changed the spark plugs. If this does not help with your civic, change the wires. It could also be that you need a new distributor cap and rotor button. If these suggestions do not help, go to a good mechanic for a tune-up.
well pull the spark plug covers off the spark plugs which is located on the head. Get a socket and extension and pop the plugs out. now pending on if this has never been done will determine if you need to use PB blaster. the plugs might be seized in there and if u dont use some sort of product to break it loose you will crack the head. so once u get the old…