From the Autozone website, 1st relieve fuel system residual pressure as follows before attempting to change the filter; It is important to release the pressure in the fuel system before performing any work on it. Fuel under pressure could be sprayed onto hot engine components and possibly ignite. # Make sure the engine is cold. # Disconnect the negative battery cable. # Remove the fuel filler cap. # Use a suitable box end wrench on the 6mm service bolt at the top of the fuel filter, while holding the special banjo bolt with another wrench. # Place a rag or shop towel over the 6mm service bolt. # Slowly loosen the 6mm service bolt one complete turn and allow the pressurized fuel to de-pressurize. # Unless the work you are performing requires removal of the service bolt, re-tighten the bolt, once the fuel pressure is relieved, to 11 ft. lbs. (15 Nm). Continuing on after the fuel pressure has been relieved, disconnect the 2 banjo nuts at the fuel filter lines from the filter housing. There will be a copper gasket washer on each side of the banjo style fittings. Now release the screw that holds the filter into the attach bracket. (it may be easier to remove the entire attach bracket with the filter as an assembly off of the engine compartment wall and work with it on a work bench) Install the new filter in the bracket and assemble the banjo fittings onto the ports of the filter using 4 NEW copper gaskets, 2 on each side of the banjo fittings. With all the lines reinstalled and tight and the battery reconnected from when you did the safety preparations for releiving the residual system fuel pressure back in step 2 above, turn the ignition switch to the "on" position (without starting the engine) while someone checks the filter fuel line connections for leaks. Repeat this at least 3 times so that the fuel pump re-pressurises the fuel lines to build enough pressure for a leak check. Now start the engine and again check the filters fuel lines for leaks. There must be no leakage at all.
The 1991 Honda Accord is not equipped with an A/C filter or Cabin Filter.
On my 91 Honda civic 4dr sedan it is on the passenger side fire wall.
Yes it will. Make sure you replace your motor mounts as they are most likely torn.
The tension belt for a 1991 Honda Civic and located on the driver side of the engine. The pulley is right above the compressor.
a 1991 Honda civic motor
3.5 quarts with a oil/filter change.
The Civic DX Sedan does 1991 of course
The engine coolant on a 1991 Honda Civic is replaced by turning the drain petcock and releasing the coolant. The filler cap is then removed and coolant added until the system is full again.
1988-1991 Honda civic dx,si,standard civic, crx dx,hf,si any Honda auto trans 1988-1991 will fit it
best transmission fluid 1991 Honda civic lx
To change the brake rotors on a 1991 Honda Civic raise the vehicle. Remove the wheels and brake caliper bracket. Remove the brake pads. Loosen the rotor mounting screws and replace the rotors.
Any 88-91 Honda Civic.
It was a worn out ignition switch on my 91 Civic
no their 2 diffrent body styles
Most of them should be interchangable
There is no cabin filter for that year
I need a fuse diagram for a 1991 Honda civic DX
The 1991 Honda Accord did not come equipped with a cabin filter.
Honda Civic four cylinder engine all share the same pattern for the firing order. The firing order for a 1991 Honda Civic is 1-3-4-2.
The 1991 Honda civic uses 6.5" speakers for both front and rear.
The fuel filter is on the passenger side of the engine. Open your gas cap before disconnecting the two fuel line. Loosen and remove the two fuel line fittings, then remove the bolt holding the clamp to remove the filter. Replace the filter using new washers. Check for leaks with the engine running.
The fuel filter is on the passenger side of the engine compartment, up against the back(directly in front of the passenger seat).