i don't know that it will be the same for you but i have a 94 Honda civic LX and i ran the stereo wire with the back seat down tucked it into the back seat and then down under the running pannels on the floor when you get to the seatbelt bracket go behind and underneath it then continue on until it ends half way up the front passenger door run up over the door hinge and there is a hole through the quarter pannel into the hood the battery is right there again this was for my 94 but im sure there similar
Instead of running it through the quarter panel if you look on the firewall on the passenger side there should be a hole where you can run the wire through. There might be a plug there so just poke a hole to put your wire through it. It hides your wire more and looks a lot more neat.
Yes it can.
if the Honda civic dx is a 92-95 then yes.
Yes you can.
Yes it can with rewiring the blue and green harness plug pins.
OEM size is 4 gauge. I would buy a 2 gauge if you can. Just measure the old cable to know the length.
The engine is getting to hot in your 2002 Honda Civic for the temperature gauge to rise above normal. The back of fan might be failing.
If you are referring to the main battery cable use 00 guage cable.
The gas gauge fuse on a 1999 Honda Civic is located in the fuse panel near the hood release. It prevents excessive current from flowing to and damaging the gauge.
Depends on what year the Civic is which you did not list. All I can tell you is that it is on the dash near the fuel gauge.
24 and 74
4 gauge wire.
It will fit as long as you are using a cluster from a Civic with the same trim level. For example, if you have a 2001 Civic EX with a 5-Speed, you need a cluster from a 2001-2003 Civic EX with a 5-Speed.
Yes. It is plug and play. You can use manual and automatic clusters in a manual, but you have to use automatic clusters in an automatic car.
This may help. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5xC957OXSs
Probably low coolant or a faulty thermostat
The valves on a 1998 Honda Civic EX can be adjusted using a feeler gauge. First remove the valve cover to access the valves. Using a factory service manual look up the proper valve adjustment gauge. Using a special valve socket to tighten and loosen them to the appropriate feeler gauge settings.
between 7-12 thousandths exhaust and intake are different
yes they are all plug and play thank god
I personally did this in my 240sx s-14. I first removed the battery and cut the Red and black Cable. I then bought 0 Gauge Cable (Aught Gauge) and zipped tied this up under my car. I bought a cheap battery box from an autoparts store and screwed this down in my trunk over my passenger side wheel well. I had to buy new battery connectors and again connected this to my new 0 guage cable after I brought this cable up thru one of the holes in the trunk. Connected the battery up and ready to go.
YOU SEND IT TO A AUTO MOBILE STORE OR CAR SHOP AN DTELL THEM WHAT THE PROBLEM IS.
Yes, the 1988 and 1989 Honda Prelude has a VSS that is a cable sending unit that connects to the gauge cluster in the dash.
The fusible links on my '89 Z24 are located at the starter solenoid where the end of the positive battery cable attaches to the large terminal. There may be a fusible link near the positive battery cable in the 10 gauge wire (not the heavy gauge one). Good luck.
Yes, the wire gauge numbers are smaller. A typical automotive battery cable would be 4 gauge, the wires after the fuse box would be 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20 gauge depending on the accessory.