If it is an auto it is most likely your torque converter changing the fluid will help slightly but not a whole lot. If it is manual then it could be your clutch or your trans fluid trying changing fluid and replace with Honda MTF if this does not help have your clutch checked out to see if it is almost worn out You can also adjust the clutch on a manual civic to get a few hundred more miles out of it. (Depending on how you drive)
Inside the distributor. Replace the whole distributor.
The wheel has a whole in it.
Changing a light on the instrumental panel requires removing the whole dashboard on a 1992 Honda Civic. Loosen and remove all the dash mounting screws and pull of the dash. Remove the cluster from the display and pull off the old bulb. Install the new bulbs.
only if you change the whole front clip on the car, its a different body style, similar, but still different
Not sure but you no longer have to replace the whole fuse box. Honda now makes replacement ELDs
it dont need oil unless your taking the whole clutch out and replace it. fluid
well if you fill the whole thing up it is about 700 gal. and that's not including the engine and trunk.
don't just replace the window motor replace the whole car. get a hybrid or something
you don't have to, but it is always better to do that, plus when you change the water pump, the mechanic will flush the coolant as well. Do the whole package on that Honda civic 96 which is , water pump, timing belt, cam shaft seal, and some other seals ( can't remember the names ). the whole job could be done for 400 bucks. Its worth it though. I have a 1997 Honda Civic and I have priced out the Timing Belt/Cam Seals/Water Pump to be around $500-$600. It is always a good idea to change the water pump as well since the mechanic is in there anyways. Its great preventative maintenance and the water pump and timing belt usually have the same life-span.
I did have a 2001 Honda civic, and the way to get out that radeois, first thing you ash tray, then they are two 10mm screw underneath the console one is in front and the next is to the left. When u done that just pull the whole set that the radeo and the AC etc Out. And you good to. email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Open the hood and then unplug the bulb from the back and then you must take the screws off the top of the whole thing and voila..
Takeout the cigarette lighter panel. There are 2 screws that hold on the radio assemly. Take them out and the whole thing slides right out.
where the key goes or the whole starting system? if it's where the key goes .does the key go in and turn freely, or is there a hang up, if not it's not the ignition. what is it doing?
The whole point of a kill switch is to disable your car so no one can steal it. if anyone knows the location of the kill switch they can steal your car. so... you get me?
nope, not unless you change the whole front clip
Someone explains it here Someone explains it here http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=661308
Idk about the 99 civic but on my 95 jdm d15 the crank shaft position sensor is in the distributor. If the sensor is bad then you must replace the whole distributor. A bad wire could also cause this problem. Hope that helps good luck. jdmd15crx
Revolution is for changing the whole; movement is for changing a part.
by changing the fraction to a whole number
yes becaus the wind from driving will push water through or you will have an air leak
yes ifyou have a bad cap $300 is probably for a whole new distributer
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The whole car was made by Isuzu, including the engine.
Civic virtue is to promote the common good. A common good means that is the best for the whole community. But without civic virtue, the republican government would not be able to work. Kacey, 5th Grade