You may need to use a breaker bar. I recomend using a 1/2 drive, impact gun. If you use heat, you can damage your crank seal or melt the timing belt cover! The bolt is RH threaded. There is a key-pin that holds the crank to the shaft. Once bolt is removed, it's all down hill. It should be a 17mm or an 11/16 may work. Good luck...
front or back
No, there is no such thing as a EJ1 civic hatchback. EJ = Civic coupe. Therefore, EG= Civic hatchback.
Yes it is the same care just one is hatchback
Their is no transmission dip stick for 93 honda civic hatchback
no cause they are different years, model changed.
other than options and sub-models, they will be almost identical
Park your vehicle in the bronx. The stero will be out in no time.
a 1980 civic hatchback , that thing still running,
On the Steering...
If the 1998 is a Civic then yes it will fit.
Yes front end on a coupe and hatchback are the same
What size gas tank does the 1990 Honda Civic Hatchback have?" i have a 1990 civic and i have never been able to put in more than 10 gal.
Door panels on a 1986 Honda Civic are held on by several mounting screws. Loosen the screws and gently pull the dash out. Doing so will remove any plastic clips.
A 1978 Honda Civic 1.2L engine, 2 dr hatchback sold new for $3,625.
A hatchback or coupe door will not fit on a 4 door sedan.
consider it a car with a tailgate that pops up. search for Honda civic hatchback .. you see tons