Depends on what is wrong, and if you want to go new or used. The quickest way to fix it is to replace the speed sensor on the transmission, just 2 or 3 bolts...real easy. You can buy these from a dealer for $80, or on e-bay for $25. However, this is usually not the problem...typically (from what I've seen on the net...and my own) it is the gauge cluster. If you replace JUST the speedo from the dealer, will be $360, plus $50 to set the mileage (plus labor to install if you don't know how to do it yourself). Better option, is to hit e-bay. You can buy used clusters for about $100. They are just plug and play (3 plugs on the back). Fairly simple to install, but a couple tricks, like there is a hidden screw behind the hazard switch, so pull that out before pulling the trim out. Other trick is to pull out the TOP of the trim first, and then the bottom push back and lift out.
A 2003 Honda Civic'c cost will depend largely on the amount of miles on the Honda Civic. The more miles on the civic, the cheaper the Honda Civic will be.
Approx $65.00, for an 2005 Honda Civic EX
Cost for new tires on a Honda Civic will vary. This price will be different depending on whether they are new or used and where you purchase them.
Nothing if you steal it
i want to now how much it is to repair a Honda civic type r clutch 2003/2004 model
The cost for a clutch in a Honda Civic 1.4 varies by retailer. This part retails between 150.00 and 175.00.
You can get a can at an auto port for $20.
Depends what kind of alternator you have in it
how do i change the interior on the door panel of a 99 Honda civic dx
its gonna cost starting from 12 lacks - 14 lacks......
I have Honda Civic 2010, and it cost 75 bucks per month for me.
I had a Honda Civic 2003. It cost me $430 total. The break-up was $230 (parts) + 3 hr (labor) ($70/hr)
I've got a 97 Honda Civic DX, which I had a Honda Dealership in San Jose, CA install the AC for me. It cost me a little over $1500.00 dollars to have it done.
New? Used? Which one, Civic or Accord?
Around eleven thousand bucks.
For my '88 Civic, it cost me right at $180 to replace back in '97.
Learn to spell cost first. Spend money on education. Then go get a decent civic for 3 grand
The cost to replace a transmission on a Honda Civic depends on where the transmission is purchased, if it is new or used, and the charge of labor if any at all. Some used transmissions for a Honda Civic can start around $500. A new transmission can start around $1,700.
$30 - or less in a junk yard
part and labor?