i think there's a recall
To fix a ratio on a 2000 Honda Civic transmission, follow the procedure stipulated in the users manual.
I have the same issue on my 2001 Honda Civic , Honda just Quoted me 256.00 for a new seatbelt and 50.00 For labour. The mechanic Told me its the only way to fix the issue. whether that's true or not , i don't know! but hope this helps some. Cheers
You will need to change the brakes and rotors on the Honda Civic to see if that fixes them. If not, take the car to a mechanic and have them fix the problem.
2004 Honda civic not giving good gas mpg
Honda patented vehicle safety systems all have lifetime warranties on their seat belt systems. If damaged through wear and tear the seat belt systems will be replaced with new units, for free or the costs of a diagnostics test at a Honda authorized dealership.
The seat belt's are guranteed for life. Take to dealer and they will repair for free.
You don't fix it, you just replace it. After replacing it get an alinement.
Replace the fuse.
The only thing you can do to them is change them.
Sorry I can't help, but I have the same question on a 2001 Monte ........ my seat reclines past the first stop. Thanks
no it is too old
Daytime running lights on a Honda Civic are the same as normal headlights. To fix or replace them, locate the headlight housing in the front of the car. Remove the plastic housing and replace the bulbs.
Take it to the dealer. The seatbelts and all related componets are a special warranty for the life of the car no matter how old or how many miles.
You need to identify the leak before you can fix it.
I left my lights on in my 2004 Honda Civic Hybrid, and so the battery died and my radio was shut off. How do I fix my radio?
Take it to a Honda Dealer, they will fix it...no charge! Seat belts are mandatory safety items no sense in doing something if the dealer will do it for free.
Some parts like seats may or may not fit because the 1992 is a 5th generation and the 1996 is a 6th generation Civic. Most parts will not fit.
To fix the radio on a Honda Civic it would be best to take the vehicle to a mechanic or someone with experience in fixing this type of radio if the owner does not have the experience. This will insure that the radio will get fixed correctly as it is a rather difficult task.
There may be a problem in the air bag system. Most likely , a seat belt switch. So, check the code for it if its a switch at your local Honda dealer.
Check your fuel lines for a leak.
What is wrong with it??? EXPLAIN more please!
Probably the switch on the brake pedal,