How do you remove the ignition lock cylinder from an automatic 1995 Honda Civic DX?
Are we changing just the lock cylinder or the whole assembly? Lock cylinder there is a tamper proof star bold on one side. you can find the tool that will take that off at any Fry's electronics. unscrew the bolt and you will be ready for a new cyliner. If you are taking off the whole assebly: Clamp,wires, Etc. the bolts on the clamp do not have any notches to unscrew them. You will need to take a small hack saw blade and cut a grove into it to be able to get a screw driver to turn the bolt. (be sure to cut a deep notch. A adremel tool with the right attachment will make it even easier good luck.
Where is the Ignition Control Module NOT the ignition coil located in distributor located in a 1991 Honda Civic lx?
Do you need to replace the whole ignition lock assembly when the electrical portion of the ignition switch goes bad in a 1993 Honda Civic LX Auto Trans?
Civics from 1978 had points and a coil, not an ignition module. The points are inside the distributor, and the coil is the large cylinder with a fat, sparkplug-type wire leading from one of its ends to the center of the distributor. If you want to get rid of the points, etc, Pertronix makes an electronic ignition that hides inside the distributor. I've got one in my '75 civic, and it's awesome.
Why would a 1997 Honda Civic LX 4-cylinder automatic lose power briefly to the point of about dying after driving about 30 feet when cold?
The first thing to do if one cylinder is not firing on a 1989 Honda Civic SI, is to disconnect the battery. Then remove the spark plug wire and the spark plug. Check to see that there is no oil on the plug and it has the right gap measurement. Then replace the spark plug and wire and try the engine again. If it is still misfiring, change the spark plug. If that does not…
Removing the transmission on a 1998 Honda Civic takes time as it engine will need to be remove as well. The engine mounts will need to be removed, coolant drained, hoses removed and shift linkage removed. When everything is properly loosened, using an engine hoist, lift the motor out. Disconnect the transmission from the engine and replace the unit.
The lock should have a small arm off of it that will clip or snap to the linkage. The lock cylinder will be held to the door with a clip, needle nose pliers or a long screwdrive will remove this try going slowly from side to side it should fit snugly but will remove. (Be careful if you have the power window option)
** The 01-05 Civic DX, LX and EX models have a coil on plug ignition system with no traditional distributor, cap, rotor or spark plug wires. There is a camshaft position sensor where the distributor would normally be on a Honda. The coil on plug system is just that, a coil over the spark plug mounted on top of the valve cover. There are 4 coils, one for each cylinder. Remove the gray plastic cover…