No it will not.
The taillight bulbs can be easily replaced on a Honda Civic. Open the trunk and locate the plastic covers. Remove the plastic cover and pull the bulbs. Replace with new bulbs and install the covers.
If the trunk on a Honda Civic will not close the locking mechanism may be jammed. Be sure to remove any obstructions on inside the trunk latch. If the latch is broken replace it.
According to the Auto Car website, the most popular Honda Civic is the Honda Civic Type R Mugen. The Mugen is a sporty type of Honda Civic with tail wings above the trunk of the vehicle.
The spoiler on a 1997 Honda Civic is attached to the trunk. Open the trunk to gain access to the mounting hardware. Loosen the hardware and remove the spoiler.
The latch itself is held on with bolts, easy enough to change. The release cable has to be fed down the inside of the rocker panel and into the trunk.
In the trunk
I had the same problem with my 1992 Accord. Replacement of the trunk lid gasket fixed the leak, but I had to special order the gasket from a dealer.
Mine is located on the trunk on the passenger side
Tail light rubber gasket is worn out. $15 from dealer.
just push up a bit the latch on the trunk. may need to wedge it to keep it there
When you pull a button in the cupe? If its no response, its the wire.
Remove them from the inside of the trunk using an 8mm socket.
The tail lights on a 2006 Honda Civic are mounted to the brackets in the trunk of the car. Open the trunk and remove the mounting bolts. Unplug the bulbs and the housings will then be able to be removed.
Why would for want to you idiot!
The tail light on a 1992 Honda Civic is removed by loosening the mounting bolts on the trunk. After those are loosen and tail light can be wedged out. Be careful not to ruin the weatherstripping found around the light.
I honestly do not think a 2 door trunk will fit any other model of Civic, I know the hoods are not compatible as I have tried it, but my Civic does not have a trunk.
Have you tried looking in the trunk yet? yes!!!!! on the trunk portion of the lights i think there is a bolt hiding but i cannot find it!!! Thanks for the waste of time>..
Fuel tank. Access panel in trunk. if it is a hatchback its underneath the back seat.
well if you fill the whole thing up it is about 700 gal. and that's not including the engine and trunk.
Well if you open your trunk you will be able to access your plate bulbs and help you change them with ease.
What would cause this to happen?? Just bought the car looks like it has been garage kept, in great condition, until it rained. Water not present anywhere else but the trunk. Has Honda had a recall on this issue, can it be fixed???
The transmission linear solenoid is bolted to the trunk lid. Ridgid lines transfer fluid to and from the actual transmission, therefore, it is impossible to open the trunk.
The reason is because the cable connecting to the latch has already been over stretched. Changing a new cable should rectify your problem.