Sounds to me like a heater box leak. there is one way to tell if it is. soak up some of the water, and if it is green, it is a leak in yoru heater box. if it is clear it coudl be running in thourgh the vents on the outside of the car locate dunder the windshield.
If it is clear water, and happens only with the air conditioner on, then it is the evaporator runoff from the AC system. Somehow the hose was severed and now the water leaks into the vehicle instead of out to the road.
There is a technical service bulletin (TSB)related to this problem. If you can find a nice Honda dealer, they can print you out a copy of this TSB outlining the repair.
I have a 96 Civic and found water leaking in on the driver's side such that the carpet was wet. Sealed around the rubber grommet where the wiring harness went through the firewall under the hood.
For your problem, you will likely have to remove the fender and apply new sealant. Again, get the TSB. This TSB might even be shown (actual diagram), if I recall, in the book 'Lemonaide' (spelling?)for cars.
This is an update to my info giving reference to a TSB for this problem. The TSB no. is X-1-95 (originally found from Alldata as TSB 92-050. So try both. The bulletin is titled 'Water Leak From Seam Under Corner of Dash'. It applies to model years 92-97.
cause its a civic that Honda makes
Cause it does
A bad tire can cause your 2002 Honda Civic to jerk while driving. A bad ball joint can also cause this issue.
no cause they are different years, model changed.
Water in the passenger side of the dashboard means the evaporator core is leaking. This needs to fix quickly as it will cause the inside of the car to be filled with water.
Terrible engineering that's why it's a Honda
If a 2001 Honda Civic will not go into gear, the problem is probably the transmission. Otherwise, it may be the shift mechanism that is the cause.
Your 1994 Honda Civic will overheat when the thermostat is malfunctioning. The overheated engine can experience the idle to surge. The engine should be turned off immediately.
Probably age at this point.
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The Honda Civic loses idle at stop due to not have consistent air flow. The engine will run too lean and cause the car to shut off.
For a 2001 Honda Civic, the P0730 code means there is an issue with the shift control system. Dirty transmission fluid is one of the many things that can cause this code.
Maybe the airfilter
The pump in the cooling system of an automobile that cause the water to circulate.
A bad muffler on a 96 civic could cause loud exhaust noise. The muffler could cause hard starting if it is stopped up.
A common cause for a stalling 1996 Honda Civic is a vacuum leak. Check the vacuum diagram for the vehicle and is if there are any leaking air lines.
If your 1994 Honda Civic is sputtering, it may be due to a clogged fuel line. Another possible cause is that one of the pistons isn't firing correctly. A tune up might be in order.
Tires and/or wheels may be out of balance
a wire could have came loose
Possibley, the Clutch sensor, or the transmission is going.
When the instrumental panel on a 2002 Honda Civic fails the usual cause is the dash fuse. One fuse handles most for the gauges on the dashboard, when this fuse blows nothing will work.
A parking light on your 1998 Honda Civic might not work because the bulb is broken or because the fuse has blown. It might also have an issue with the wiring between the fuse and the bulb.