not sure about the 2002LX, but a stock 96EX civic has 127HP
No it's cable clutch. Well at least in mine. 99' Honda Civic EX model
The DX, LX and EX have 140 hp. The SI has 197 hp.
105 or 125 hp
Yes, it is a D16Y8.
Yes, they will fit fine. The 99 Si rims were actually available on the 01 EX as an option.
20 hp hahahahaha
The CX, DX and LX have 106 hp. The HX has 115 hp and the EX 127 hp.
With a pry bar
It depends on what model the civic is. The Lx models are a 1.6 liter with 106 horsepower. The Ex models have 127 horsepower. The 1999 Si models have 160 horsepower. The Hx models have 115 horsepower. The Dx models have 106 horsepower as well. Of course all of these models are very upgradable and you can make any civic have up to 1000+ horsepower if you have the money and the time to or pay someone else to fix it up for you. Civics can be very fast. Probably the most popular ones to upgrade are the Ex and Si models since they are faster stock. I personally like the 1999-2000 Honda Civic Si model the best.
came with the 125 hp d16z6 engine, I believe
The 2001 Honda Civic EX has 127 hp
The low fuel warning light? If so check your fuses or the sensor connection on the tank.
106 H.P. A 106-horsepower 4-cylinder engine powered the CX, DX, and LX. The HX had a 115-horsepower engine. The EX had a 127-horsepower engine.
127 hp From Edmunds review of the 2001 Civic EX: "The EX Coupe features Honda's signature 1.7-liter VTEC engine that pumps out 127 ponies" "Pony power from the VTEC engine remains 127 as in the previous generation, while the base engine goes from 106 to 115 horsepower"
Please google this answer next time, it literally took about 2 seconds to write it down and find the answer. Here: Honda Civic DX and LX are powered by a 1.7-liter four-cylinder engine rated 115 horsepower.