Take it to the body shop. They have to open the hoods when they are wrecked.
With a pair of pliers pulling the latch.
Pull on it with a pliers or locking pliers. This happened to me after a couple days of extreme cold.
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back of the block get to it from under the car use oil filter pliers not a slide wrench
Your car is VTEC already.
I'm not certain how it's done on a Civic, but most cars can be reset by pulling the battery cable (hot/red) and letting it sit for an hour or so. This has worked for me in the past.
Not possible with factory equipment, by design.
try pulling out the dash. there should be a cable of some sort back there. spray some WD40 on it.
It can be done for some models. Is there already AC on the '90 civic? If not it will require some effort but it is definitely not impossible.
there is a cooter pin holding it on.. use needle nose pliers or a small tool with a hook and pull it out. should come right off after that. cheers,
Of course not, they already have dates announced for tours in Australia and the UK when they are done with the Honda Civic Tour. They will likely do another US tour soon after.
the replacement filter is behind the glove compartment, you can access it by pulling down the glove compartment,
Remove the splash shield from underneath the car; the pepcock should be located at the bottom of the radiator. It may require using pliers to turn the pepcock.
well u answered it already. it mite be a non vtec.
Honda is already green, with models like the insight, civic hybrid, and the cr-z which will be out later this year.
you have to remove the whole black peice together then the sterio, so first you have to open the cover , which is under the sterio compartment , that has lighter port by pulling it out. there are 2 # 10 bolts that you need to open .then by pulling the black peice it will come out with all knobs .
For Honda civic, it is 10,000 km. 10,000 KM...? i already drove 42,000 Km with my civic 2009 and the service center said its still ok. 6000 miles
ej1 is civic ex ej2 is civic dx
can you interchange 00 civic parts with 04 civic parts
Yes. If you do not want a big mess, I would suggest draining the tranny fuild before pulling out the half-shafts (axles)
They have already toured together for the Honda Civic Tour. I doubt they will again, but we'll see :)
cause its a civic that Honda makes
No. It's an adjective. e.g. the civic hall, the civic centre.