Yes! At least, it has been for me. From what I have been told, 2001 was a new model year for the Civic, which generally equals more problems. To date, I have had two recalls on my car, my intake and exhaust valves had to be adjusted within the first 3000 miles of driving it (my car was dying when taking corners), I have had numerous problems with my transmission which finally led to replacing several parts (thousands of dollars worth of work), my trunk won't open from the lever inside the driver-side door, and my alternator bearings went out while on a road trip. My mechanic tells me has had problems with other 2001 Civics, as well, especially with transmissions and valves.
No. The motors are different, the 2000 Honda Civic uses D16 motors and the 2001 Honda Civics use D16 Motors.
Em2 is part of the V.I.N number for Honda civics year 2001 to 2005.
No it will not. 2001 and up Civics use entirely different motors.
The GReddy exhausts will work fine for Honda Civics 2001 model year and on.
For most civics its the same, 3x2 in the front and 6x9's in the back behind the passengers.
Trouble code P0780 means:Shift malfunction
According to the following link (http://www.honda.com/newsandviews/article.aspx?id=2003112036818), LATCH was put into Honda Civics starting with the 2001 series.
No, on the DX & HX it is not standard equipment but was a $1,099 option. On the LX & EX it was standard equipment.
Both the owner's manual and the oil filler cap for 1998-2002 Honda Accords states 5w30. NOT 5W20. 5W20 is for newer (2001-) Honda Civics and (2003-) Accords with tighter mechanical tolerances.
if its a us Honda then its under the dash on left if its a UK Honda then its not obd compliant until 2001 actually i believe only 1996 and up year civics have an OBD port for plugging in the scanner..
Trouble code P0730 means: TCM A/T Shift Control System
were is the antenna on 2001 Honda civic
Honda's maintenance schedule says 110,000/7 years. This is probably for 2001-2005 Civics, since they are the same generation, but I am not positive about that. I have seen what seems like random guesses for other Honda vehicles on this site. Go with the actual Honda recommendation!
Trouble code P0401 means:Exhaust gas recirculation flow insufficient detected
Trouble code P0118 means: Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit High Input
The 2001 Honda Civic has 16 valves.
The 2001 Honda Odyssey has a V6 engine.
The 2001 Honda Accord has 16 valves.
The 2001 Honda Insight has 12 valves.
The 2001 Honda Odyssey has 24 valves.
2001 Honda prelude distributor timing on 2.2
The 2001 Honda Accord is a gas-powered vehicle.
The 2001 Honda Odyssey has a 4-speed automatic.
The 2001 Honda Civic has an inline 4 engine.
The 2001 Honda Accord has an inline 4 engine.