could be thermostat or heater fan
if you can hear all the speeds on the blower motor working
then it could be your thermostat but your heater core might be plugged as well
The blower in my 2001 Honda Civic did not stop working.
figured it out, heater coil blew out bypassed and yea don't need heater on Guam neyways
depends which model but the standard 1.8 civic hatch has 103kW so roughly 138hp? or am i wrong
What is wrong with it??? EXPLAIN more please!
I have read that you can't go wrong with a Honda or a Toyota. In particular the Honda Civic, Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, and Toyota Corrolla.
Honda civic Lx 2000 wont start it was idling really low it just turn off on me now it wont start it cranks over like wants to start but nothing
Have you checked it's starter?
I think it was a Honda Civic but could be wrong.
Hopefully it's just low on ATF if not you got problem$.
maybe it's wired on the wrong side of the switch
dude!! what wrong wt u?? remove the bolts(plastic,metal) etc.!! u'll figure it out!!
When you attempt the start the engine it will not start and will more than likely damage the valves and or pistons.
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Defective blower motor?
I don't think it is a 15"-I have just bought a 15" wheel on EBay - it has 4 studs but when held against the car, Honda Civic, (November 2007) which has 16" wheels looks quite wrong.. Assume therefore that a 16" spare wheel is required. PaulAllcroft@btinternet.com
i have 94 and you need to unbolt the motor mount and slide the belt over it but they keep giving me the wrong size belt
Press in horn button. If you hear the horn, your horn is working. If you do not hear anything, then something is wrong. Part it out or just scrap it.
It requires service: Either it needs to go in for oil change and similar normal maintenance or there is something gone wrong.
Check the A/C compressor.
Honda Civics do not have a interference engine. These cars use non-interference engines which means the pistons and valve have space between each other when the engine is operational. COMPLETELY wrong. D-series motors ARE INTERFERENCE MOTORS.
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.
Either the timing or firing sequence is wrong. Go back and check everything.
Then that probably means that it's something more technical wrong with it.
check your fuse box you probly have some bad fuses or possibly in the wrong places