you can buy one from Majestic Honda for around $600 or an aftermarket for around $900. or you can go to a junkyard and remove the parts from any civic 1989-1991. go ahead and buy a gasket kit for r134 and a new drier/receiver for about $200 plus evacuation and charging costs. Great thing about hondas is that the wiring is already where you need it except for one harness which runs from the evaporator under the dash to the compressor
It can't be done without major alterations to the doors or your Honda. It would probably cost more than your Honda is worth.
More than its worth, roll your windows down or buy a different car that has a/c.
According to Kelley blue Book, a 1996 Honda Civic DX in good condition with 100,000 miles is worth $1,395.
no it is too old
A secondhand Honda Civic varies in value depending on the make and year of the car. You can get more information about the value of this car online at the Kelly Blue Book website.
The 2004 Honda Civic is worth between $6500 and $7600 on the Kelley Blue Book website. This valuation depends greatly on the type of Honda Civic, the condition and even the location. More information would be required to give a more accurate answer to the question.
yes! civics are one of the best cars out there. i own a 2008 ive had no trouble with it, and ive never had any trouble out of my 97. they are very reliable and worth what you pay.
COMMENT: You are asking for probably more trouble and expense than it is worth to do it. The wiring and electric motors and the actuating mechanisms for all doors would have to be installed, and then wired up to the vehicle's electrical system. I'm not saying it can't be done - but it would hardly be worth the time, trouble, and expense.
Not very well any way, this will require you to also change front fenders, hood, head lights, and possibly other parts of the front end, not worth the time/money in my opinion. 1992-1995 bumpers should not be hard to locate, or just buy a 1996+ civic if you are going for that look.
anything is possible but I think it would be more trouble than its worth.
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You can, but it will require cutting and adding framing on the front and lower part of the engine cradle. It's really not worth the trouble unless you have lots of frame and design experience. Sorry.
You have to buy a manual. The manual is worth much more than the money you will put out for it. Try amazon.com. I've got mine at: www.hondahookup.com/forums
When something was "worth the while," it was worth the time and trouble to do.
On kelly blue book a 92 Honda 300 is worth $1375.00.
I guess you would have to answer that. Consider where you live and normally commute, and will you install the a/c system or have someone install it? I installed the Honda a/c system on my '94 Accord DX when it was new...it was the easiest install I ever have done. All of the parts fit like a glove, flawless. Good luck
If your Honda fourtrax is in "Excellent shape" it is still worth $900 listed in MudTerrain Motorsports.
Honestly I do think it was kinda worth the trouble because, I mean, without the Royal Rumble there wouldn't be a WrestleMania!
Without knowing the miles on the odometer and the exact conditon hard to say. Assuming it actually runs pretty well it is worth no more than $2,000 at the very most.
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