You need the engine up to normal operating temperature and then you need to have a timing light hooked up. The timing light is hooked to the battery terminals and the inductor is attached to the wire on cylinder #1. With the engine running, point the timing light down to the harmonic balancer (this is the big pulley coming off the crankshaft, with usually a number of belts on it). There should be a raised mark on the plastic cover of the timing belt that should line up with the center mark of the 3 tic marking on the balancer. If the marks line up you are fine, if not, loosen the three bolts on the distributor this should allow the distributor to move a short distance back and forth. Moving the distributor will move the timing and you should be able to line it up and then retighten the bolts on the distributor.
Yes, all civic doors from 92-95 are interchangeable. However coupe/hatchback doors and sedan doors are not.
No, not if the belt was installed correctly.
yes you can, I am not sure what the site was, but google "Honda civic club." They have diagrams of just about everything that you will need.
The timing belt marks on a 1994 Honda Civic are found on the cam shafts. The arrows will needed to be point a TDC in order to install the belt properly.
32-36 miles per gallon.
YES, I looked up the 1994 Honda Civic at the Gates website and it shows two different part numbers for the 1.5 liter and the 1.6 liter
No it will not.
Most of the body panels on a 1994 Honda Civic Hatchback can be easily replaced. The quarter panel requires the most work as it is the biggest panel and may require some cutting to fit.
what are the wires to power up the ecu on a 1994 Honda civic si
no, they are not
how do you replace thermostat on 1994 Honda civic dx
no, 2006 Honda is wider by a few inches
Brake light on 1994 Honda civic staying on.
To put brakes pads on a 1994 Honda Civic, you will need Bleed brake fluid.
You have to take the old bulb out to replace it. Just take it out and look and see what size it is.
5 speed yes....automatic no
Most of them should be interchangable
What engines are they? If they are both D-series or bothe B-Series they will interchange.
The fuse on the 1994 Honda Civic cigarette lighter is located under the dash on the driver's side.
You have to do the timing belt first, then it's a matter of 4 ten millimeter bolts and an alternator bracket.
they might need a little modification, but probably not much.