You best get it into a shop (independent) as soon as possible beore you do further damage, IT gives the impression of a head gasket problem.
Honda Civic takes about 4.5 quarts of oil total so you probably overfilled and it is getting into the cumpustion chamber. Go to an oil change facility and get and oil change or better then that go to your mechanic and find out why you are losing oil
A 1993 Civic only takes about 3 1/3 quarts of oil with the filter. I would drain all of it, clean the dip stick and put 3 quarts in it and restart the engine. Add the the other 1/3 and if you still see while smoke, you probably have a blown head gasket. Look for the oil to look like chocolate milk. If it does, you have water in it and it is a head gasket for sure!
white smoke coming from my tailpipe of my Honda civix lx 1997?
A 2003 Honda civic si needs five quarts of oil.
Per Honda Service Center in Torrance, CA 3.5 quarts.
The exact oil capacity for a 1992-1995 Honda Civic DX/LX is 3.7 quarts.
3.5 quarts 3.5 quarts
4.6 Quarts of oil!
An 89 Honda Civic LX holds 4.8 quarts of coolant. Some models of this car take as much as 5.8 quarts.
3.5 quarts of 5w30
VIP informed me that my 1992 4 dr Honda civic DX has a capacity of 2 quarts of gear lube VIP informed me that my 1992 4 dr Honda civic DX has a capacity of 2 quarts of gear lube
4.2 Quarts. But 4 will do just fine.
According to the Haynes Manual the coolant capacity for a 1995 Honda Civic is 4 Quarts.
4.2 Quarts. But 4 is fine.
The 2002 Honda Civic (all trim levels) can hold up to 4.4 quarts or oil. So, it's best to put at least 4 quarts with every oil change.
The 1997 Honda Civic gearbox has a fluid capacity of 4.8 quarts. You can check the gearbox fluid level with the gearbox dipstick.