These symptoms might be the cause of a few problems. 1. Clogged fuel filter. For this model of car, they run about $25 and are really easy to install since the filter is not an inline filter. 2. Your fuel pump is going. This is the least likely to be the problem. 3. Your EGA valves are clogged and need to be cleaned and/or replaced. If your Civic is under 150k miles, the fuel system is still under warranty and all repairs should be covered by Honda. The fuel filter you can easily replace yourself, but it's recommended that a certified mechanic clean the EGA valves. The whole process will take about 2-4 hours depending on how dirty they are.
The Honda Civic Hybrid will run fine on a dead battery, but acceleration will be sluggish.
Take the car to an major auto parts store and they will check your check engine codes.
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A 1998 Honda Civic weighs approximately 2700 pounds. The more luxurious models have more amenities and tend to weigh slightly higher than the base model.
It could be a sticking hydraulic lifter or valves that are slightly out of adjustment.
check for throttle cable binding on the throttle body, if it jumps out of track it can often cause uncontrolled acceleration while in gear...if not that it could possibly be caused by a sensor beginning to go bad
Depending on the model of the civic answer may vary. But it should never jerk on heavy acceleration. Suggest you service the car. Otherwise replacing, inspecting, and servicing these items may help. 1. Air Filter system 2. Fuel System 3. Ignition System 4. Axles, Joints, Tires, Etc.
A dirty air filter will cause your car to loose horse power. You may loose acceleration and torque.
Yes. By that year, linkage clutches were no longer used in anything other than medium- and heavy duty trucks.
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cause electrics are frozen
Check the CV Joints both inner and outer. Probally a boot has failed and the joint has loss all grease.
ej1 is civic ex ej2 is civic dx
can you interchange 00 civic parts with 04 civic parts
cause its a civic that Honda makes
No. It's an adjective. e.g. the civic hall, the civic centre.
1999 civic, has better fuel efficiency.
Check your o2 sensor on the cad converter. most likely its bad. is your check engine light on? get that checked out and im sure itll say o2 sensor is bad.
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No, there is no such thing as a EJ1 civic hatchback. EJ = Civic coupe. Therefore, EG= Civic hatchback.
The difference between a civic duty and a civic responsibility is in the motivation behind it. Civic responsibility is something that you take upon yourself to make a country better while civic duty is something that you must do or face a legal action.