FIRST REMOVE THE WHEEL SECOND TAKE A SCREWDRIVER AND BEND THE PART OF THE LOCKNUT HOLDING THE HALFSHAFT OUT THIRD REMOVE THE NUT OFF THE STEERING ARM AND USE A BALL JOINT SPLITTER TO PULL IT APART FOURTH DO THE SAME WITH THE TIE ROD END. PRY THE HUB ASSEMBLY BACK FROM THE AXLE, BEING CAREFUL NOT TO CUT YOUR BRAKEHOSE IF THE AXLE WILL NOT GO WITHOUT MORE FORCE, HAVE SOMEONE PULL THE HUB ASSEMBLY AND HIT THE MIDDLE OF THE AXLLE WITH SOMETHING ROUND TO FORCE IT THROUGH THE HOLE, BE CAREFUL NOT TO DAMAGE THE SPLINE GROOVES ON THE HUB WHEN YOU HAVE THE AXLE OUT OF THE HUB ASSEMBLY, JERK THE AXLE STRAIGHT OUT OF THE TRANNY AND IT SHOULD POP OUT WHEN YOU HAVE THE NEW AXLE JUST ALLIGN THE AXLE IN THE HOLE OF THE TRANNY AND PUSH HARD, DO NOT JERK THE AXLE BACK BECAUSE IT WILL DAMAGE THE NEW ONE REPEAT THE REST OF THE STEP BACKWARDS TO REINSTALL YOUR AXLE.AdditionI had to give the axle a little more force by carefully using a screwdriver between the axle and tranny to pry the axle out. Don't use to much force since you don't want to crack the tranny. Do not forget to lubricate axle (tranny end) with a little engine oil before inserting the new axle. This prevents a dry shaft from spining the seal in the transmission.
you take it off
For my '88 Civic, it cost me right at $180 to replace back in '97.
For the front door speakers in a 1997 Honda Civic, the left front speaker wire (+) is blue and the left front speaker wire (-) is gray/black. For the right side, the front speaker wire (+) is red/green, and the right front speaker wire (-) is brown/black.
The tension belt for a 1991 Honda Civic and located on the driver side of the engine. The pulley is right above the compressor.
worn cv joint =[
4321 IF YOUR STANDING IN FRONT OF THE CAR FROM RIGHT TO LEFT
3 or 4, Front, Left, Right, and optional back
A Honda Civic is a type of car that can be found used. If looking for a truck, this is not the vehicle for you. If looking for a car, then a Honda Civic is a step in the right direction.
Answering "Where would your transmission fluid be leaking from on a 1994 Honda civic thats causing it to end up on your right front wheel and all under your car?"
needs an alignment...
Under the hood in front part close to the right side of radiator there are 3 relays
right in front of the thermostat on the bottom rad hose beside the thottle body