The specific gear oil properties ought to be in your owner's manual. Usually, filling with Honda MTF (manual Transmission Fluid) or ATF (automatic transmission fluid) is recommended. You may buy this from a Honda dealer.
Having said that, I use GM Synchromesh in my manual transmission.Answeryou can also use 10w30 motor oil.
I disagree...the jury is out on that one, but the issue is that there are so many formulations of oil these days (synthetic, part synthetic, etc) and the additive packages are all over the map. Sure, the wrong fluid ain't gonna toast the tranny, but the synchronizers like to have just the right stuff. Go with Honda MTL and play it safe. In the 'olden days' most 10w30 oils were pretty similar, so that's what the mfrs would specify...not anymore.
Ditto for Honda ATF...they add a special additive pack and the cars really do shift better with that stuff in there. A generic Dexron III will work, but the car is gonna shift a little later and a little harder when it's cold.
What is the spark plug gap for a 1992 honda civic. .
how to replace the thermal switch relay on a 1992 Honda civic lx
no their 2 diffrent body styles
nope, different body style/generation...
should be upper hose
The radio codes for a 1992 Honda Civic can be found in any Honda dealership. Each code varies according to each individual car.
No. For the most part, Civic and Accord parts are not interchangeable.
The 1992-1995 Honda Civic LX Sedan has a 102 horsepower 16 valve engine called the D1587.
The exact oil capacity for a 1992-1995 Honda Civic DX/LX is 3.7 quarts.
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Yes. If it has the same type of motor as from the car you got the transmission from.
Why do you want to put an OBD0 distributor in a OBD1 motor?
as long as there has been no engine swapping going on, yes
No, they have different motors, so the tranny's will not interchange.
The 1992 Honda Civic head gasket creates a seal between the head and engine block. The head gasket is made of a hard metal.
i have a 92 Honda civic si... it goes like 102... fully stock..
other than options and sub-models, they will be almost identical
It is inside the distributor.