Oil pan - you need to get under the vehicle and remove the engine support that runs under the engine from front to rear. Remove all the screws holding the oil pan. Clean off the old gasket from the oil pan and engine block completely. They may need to be scraped to get them clean, but don't scratch the surfaces. Use a little silicone sealant (rtv) to stick the gasket to the pan. You may wish to put a little sealant on the block side as well. Then put the pan back in place and attach the screws loosely. Tighten them up slightly in cross patterns (not in a circle). Then tighten them a little more in a cross pattern. Then tighten them all up a final time. Wait a few hours before you put new oil in.
shifter bushing has been worn out. should be able to repair under the car.maybe Civic Shifter Bushing Kit-Energy Susp #16-1101r
The shifter light on the center console of a 1999 Honda Civic can be reached by removing the center console assembly. Loosen all of the proper screws and pull off the assembly. Once the bulb is visible replace the unit using an appropriate sized bulb.
It should take about 8 hours give or take...
Automatic or manual trans?
Have a 94 Honda Civic LX. Radiator develope a hole and overheated the engine. Dealer quoted price of $1900 to replace cylinder head gasket, valve covers, timing belts, water pump (other things as well). Plus replace radiator. Cost includes sending out gasket for surfacing.
Replacing a head gasket on a 1.5 liter Honda Civic requires removal of many of the engines components such as the intake manifold, valve cover, and timing belt. After removing the head from the engine it needs to be resurfaced. Replace the old head gasket and machined head onto the block and reinstall all the other components.
Drop the header pipe and unbolt the oil pan and drop it.
I would say around 300 dollars..
The 1992 Honda Civic head gasket creates a seal between the head and engine block. The head gasket is made of a hard metal.
that's easy.......have a willing friend fix it for ya or get eaten alive at a shop
You will need the intake and exhaust manifold gaskets. I would also install new head bolts.
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YOU DONT THROW THE CAR AWAY. YOU WILL NOT FIND ANY REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR THAT VEHICLE. GET SOMETHING FUEL INJECTED
The trunk does not use a gasket, instead it has weather stripping. To replace the weatherstripping remove the old part and scrape off the adhesive. Slide on the new the weatherstripping and use some water proof gasket sealer to ensure there will be no leaks.
it depends on what year civic you have and what motor is in it as to where the bolts are located. but you remove the bolts, scrape the old gasket of of the head with a razor (be careful not to scratch or gouge) and you install the new gasket and valve cover. tighten the bolts to recommended specs, on mine i believe it is 32-35 inch pounds
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10 x 1.5
under the center consul in front of the gear shifter
it is under the center console, in front of the shifter
It is a big job requiring lots of work. If you want to tackle it go to a parts store and get a manual on your car and it should show you how. Replacing the head gasket on any vehicle is a long and complicated process, however if you wish to see basic step-by-step instructions go to the related question on the right side of the page "How do you replace a head gasket?"