Code 45 on a Honda Civic means the car is not getting proper fuel flow. All the major fuel components should be checked such as the map sensor, oxygen sensor, and fuel pump.
For a Honda civic,offset should be between 38-45.
1999 Honda Civic has a 45 liter gas tank - or 11.88 US gallons.
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on my 1997 infinite Q45 i have the code 1320 how do i fix it?
45 liters 9.9 gallons UK
Gas tank capacity of an 88 Civic DX and CRX Si is 45 litres or 11.9 Gallons...
Mine only does 210 miles to the tank, tank costing about £45 to fill up. I have a Honda Civic, 1991 I'm pretty sure this isn't right...
Approximately 12 gallons (45 litres)
Trouble code P0500 means: Vehicle Speed Sensor A Replace the speed sensor and it will fix your problem
The 1995 Honda Civic is blue book valued at around $1500. It gets 40 city miles per gallon and 45 highway miles per gallon. It has driver and passenger airbags. It seats five people.
The Honda Insight Hybrid and Civic Hybrid both get 40 mpg CIty according to the government. The Civic Hybrid gets 45 highway and the Insight Hybrid gets 43 highway.
You can fit 7.5x17" wheels on a 1997 Honda Civic. See the specs below: Rim size:7.5x17" PCD:4x100 Offset:37-45 Tyre size:205/40R17
38.. Good driver with a manual 45 or so if an auto don't expect much over 38 ever
3 hr 45 min to drive 300 miles at 80 mph .
It depends on your needs. If you want an economical vehicle the Honda Civic would be my choice. You have to look at initial cost and overall savings. The Honda Civic sedan with the small inline 4 will get 26 city 34 highway all for a base price of $15,500. More than likely you can buy a new one for $14,800. The Honda Civic Hybrid will get 40 city 45 highway, but will cost you $23,600 and you likely will get very little if any discount. As you can see this is a difference of almost $9,000. You can buy lots of gasoline with this much money. If the Civic fits you needs, you cannot go wrong buying this car.
It means the engine is running too rich...The air/fuel ratio is incorrect and must be fixed.
code 45 is an overboost code
you should only need to replace your fuel filter about every 45-60k miles. Check your service manual for scheduled maintenance.
This can be found in your owners manual. If you do not have one, I suggest you get one at a Salvage yard or order one from the dealer. 45 litres or 11.9 US gallons.
Remove the 11/16 sized bolt on the transmissions towards the passenger side. Keep adding with a 45 degree funnel till it starts leaking. Reinstall bolt.
The brake pads start around $45 from your local auto parts store and the labor rate is between $50-$75... Math is where u come in...