buckle your seat belt Sorry, I hate that answer. I found this: This worked for a 98 Civic attachment: Door Buzzer Removal - (also seat belt and headlight and keys in beeper) Remove the fuse panel nuts (2) I think there was a screw also. There is a gray box about 1"x3"x4" connected to the back of the fuse panel. At the bottom of this gray box is a plug with about 8 or so wires in it. Unplug this cable. After disconnecting the gray box (ICU), there is a clip on the short sides that holds it on. Unclip this gray box. On the ICU, there is 2 clips on each of the long sides. Use a flat screwdriver to push these clips.. Try not to break them or you will have to use some black tape to hold it together later. Once you have the ICU open, you will see there is a circuit board, and on the top right corner is a piezo tweeter. Pull the circuit board from the housing and remove the piezo tweeter using a soldering iron. (it is the round black plastic thing about 1cm in diameter by 1cm tall, with a hole in the top) If you just want the beeper to be quieter, I suggest a little piece of tape over the hole. I chose to remove it altogether. Put the whole thing back together and plug the ICU back into the fuse panel and reconnect the wire to the ICU. Now your hazards and wipers should still work, however you will not have that annoying beeper any longer. This fix took about 25 minutes but I had to figure out how it all came apart. from http://www.4thgenerationcivic.com/
A 2011 Honda Civic does not have a timing belt on it. The vehicle does have a timing chain on it.
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The 2006 Honda Civic does not have a timing belt, it uses a chain that should last the life of the engine.
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a timing belt a timing belt
The 2001 Honda Civic is not equipped with a serpentine belt, but has 2 v-belts. These are tensioned through use of a tensioner.
Easiest thing to do is remove the beeper.
Yes, A 1991 civic uses a timing belt, not a timing chain.
timing belts on Honda and acura motors should be changed every 70,000 miles, otherwise you run the risk of the belt breaking and bending valves
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.
The 2003 Honda Civic is an interference engine and as such if the belt breaks you will have engine damage. Replace the cam belt every 105,000 miles.
Loosen the timing belt tensioner so the belt will have some slack before removing it from a 1985 Honda Civic. Remove the old belt. Install the new belt and make sure the engine is TDC.
It appears that 2014 Honda Civics use a timing belt.
The 2012 Honda Civic Cam is driven by a chain and not a belt. It should last the life of the engine.
No, the 2010 Honda Civic Hybrid has a timing chain that should last a life of the engine.
Look under the hood...
Your 2001 Honda Civic has a timing belt. Your engine is an interference engine and as such if the cam belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. Replace the belt at 110,000 miles and also replace the water pump which is driven by the belt.