You'll need the following special tools:
* Honda civic service manual (if you don't already have one)
* ball joint remover fork
* air compressor and impact wrench (700+ lbs.ft)
* right size socket for your axle nut (32 - 33 mm?)
First you'll need to jack up your car on jackstands, remove the wheel, and drain your Transmission Fluid onto an oil pan.
If you haven't already lifted side of the axle you want to replace, jack up that side onto jackstands and remove the wheel.
Remove the cotter pin and castle nut underneath the lower ball joint.
Use the ball joint remover fork (might need a hammer) to lift the wheel hub off of the lower ball joint arm.
Remove the bolt holding the damper fork onto the lower ball joint arm.
Remove the axle nut with the impact wrench.
Slip the axle off the wheel hub.
Use a flat screwdriver to pry the other end of the axle out of the transmission.
Remove and replace the axle.
Follow these steps backward to put the car back together again. Make sure you use the correct torque specifications when tightening the bolts. Dont' forget using new cotter pins.
Refill your transmission fluid.
http://www.HondaCivicRepairs.com do it myself Honda civic repairs
how to replace a mirror on a 1999 Honda civic two-door.
Buy a new car. Who wants a Honda Civic? You should treat yourself.
For my '88 Civic, it cost me right at $180 to replace back in '97.
No, they are not interchangable.
part and labor?
No, they are different.
how do i deactivate the immobilizer from my honda civic 2006
is key code located on ignition switch of 97 honda civic
I know my 97 Honda civic dx doesn't.
almost all of them should fit
In the Dist.
can u put a tranny from a 98 Honda civic lx in to a 97 Honda civic dx
The 1996 & 1997 Honda Civic are both the 6th generation so almost all parts should be interchangable.
A hatchback or coupe door will not fit on a 4 door sedan.
1997 Civic EX's did NOT come with EGRs.
It varies with what part of the country you live in. Call a couple of local garages for estimates.
ask the dudes at Canadian tire
go to a garage
Eather a straight 6 or a v6
behind the passenger side kick panel