hmmm cheapest injectors will probably be at your local parts store and as for changing them ........... step 1 remove the wiring harness from the injectors careful not to lose the clips that hold the plug to the injector then remove the 2 10mm nuts that hold the harness to the fuel rail step 2 remove the fuel lines both supply (left side ) and return (right side) from the fuel rail step 3 then remove the 3 10mm bolts from the fuel rail remove the fuel rail all injectors should come out of the intake with the fuel rail make sure all o-rings are still on the ends of the injectors if not look in the hole to make sure it is still there if not it will have to be replaced u can o-rings a the parts store also step 4 to remove the injector(s) that are bad by gently twisting and pulling the injector from the fuel rail step 5 to replace the injector all u do is push the new injector back into the hole on the fuel rail where the old injector came ( to make it a little easire u might want to put a little oil or petroleum jelly on the o-rings) step 6 reverse the instructions 1-3
Yes it is the same care just one is hatchback
Their is no transmission dip stick for 93 honda civic hatchback
no cause they are different years, model changed.
other than options and sub-models, they will be almost identical
The cheapest used hatchback's can be found on Craigslist or through local want ads. Typically a Toyota or Honda hatchback with 100,000 miles can be found for less than $3000 U.S. dollars. Newer models less than 10 years old will be more expensive, running from $5000-7000.
A hatchback or coupe door will not fit on a 4 door sedan.
No, there is no such thing as a EJ1 civic hatchback. EJ = Civic coupe. Therefore, EG= Civic hatchback.
On the Steering...
consider it a car with a tailgate that pops up. search for Honda civic hatchback .. you see tons
Pretty much all Honda injectors including the B16 injectors are 240cc saturated.
Yes front end on a coupe and hatchback are the same
a 1980 civic hatchback , that thing still running,
To change fuel injectors on a 2002 Honda Civic unclip them from the harness. The fuel rail will need to be removed and the injectors will be able to come off.