The Honda Civic 1.6 liter engine ignition switch is held in with a retaining ring. Unscrew the retaining ring. Pull the ignition switch out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the ignition switch. Reverse the process to install the new ignition switch.
The ignition lock switch is found under the steering column on a 2004 Honda Civic. Remove the steering column and ignition switch. Loosen the mounting screws that hold the cylinder in place. Pull and replace the lock cylinder.
The ignition coil on a 1998 Honda Civic LX is located under the distributor cap. The distributor is on the passenger side of the motor and has wires running from it to each spark plug. it is usually plastic.
A 1999 Honda Civic Ignition switch is located under the steering column. Remove the steering column. The switch is seen connecting to the dash harness and lock cylinder. Unplug the switch from both places and replace with a new unit.
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there should be 3 wires a green a black and a white. the green goes to the negative post on the ignition coil. black goes to a ground. and the white is for the lights that goes to the positive on the ignition switch.