disconnect battery, remove air inlet hose. Disconnect 12mm nut underneath rubber boot for the battery wire. Unplug spade type connector starter signal wire. The starter is held in place by two 14mm bolts the shorter of the two being the upper bolt, the lower one, which is difficult to see, is long and passes through the transmission into the motor. Installation is a reversal of removal.
Replace the starter
1988-1991 Honda civic dx,si,standard civic, crx dx,hf,si any Honda auto trans 1988-1991 will fit it
No it does not. I have an 88.
I don't have a 1988 honda civic sedan. But if someone did, and that sedan had 14 inch wheels, then yes they would fit on them.
No, the 1986 design is structurally different from the 1988 design. They may look similar, but they are very different in size and shape.
Might have slight differences. They are both in the 4th gen or EF class of civic. 88-91.
Been there, done that. It can't be tightened, you just have to replace it. I bought a used one on eBay for $15.
Yes. They are the same model
Try looking at the workshop manual http://manualfile.com/Automotive/Honda/honda-civic-1988-1990-workshop-manual.html
Who knows the answer? I have the same problem with my 91 Honda Civic Hatchback. Thanks.
I have a 1988 Honda civic lx and the rear passenger door has a child lock on it and I don't know how to get it open?
11.9 gallons maximum capacity.
Yes u can
Nope, different sizes.
5 x 114.3
not a stock one
no totally different engine, and engine bay lay out. Smaller engine (civic) cant cool a bigger engine (accord)
A "heater" or a "heater core"?
the best way is to bring it up and back along the firewall accross the back of engine to the right side and up by air filter out of the car.
The starter solenoid is not disengaging once engine is started. Rebuild starter or replace with a new starter.
YES The fuse can be found under the hood near the battery.
Maximum capacity is 11.9 gallons.