You will need the intake and exhaust manifold gaskets. I would also install new head bolts.
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.
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.
In between the head and the block. Just like any other vehicle.
The 2007 civic has a timing CHAIN. Honda SIs had timing CHAINS from the very first model (2002) and the other standard Civic models had timing chains starting in 2006. So no need to replace it.
Any 88-91 Honda Civic.
forget civic parts, most 90-01 integra parts fit on this and are factory upgrades to the model.
The use of a Honda Civic engine is to power up the Honda Civic or any car or vehicle for that matter. The vehicle engine is also an efficient device that has many uses other than powering up vehicles and the Honda Civic in general.
other than options and sub-models, they will be almost identical
1988-1991 Honda civic dx,si,standard civic, crx dx,hf,si any Honda auto trans 1988-1991 will fit it
Have someone with smaller hands to do it for you.
Replacing a head gasket on a 1996 Honda Accord requires removal of the cylinder head, timing belt, and several other components. The head will need to be resurfaced. Remove the old gasket and place the new one with gasket sealer. Reinstalled the head.