Possibley, the Clutch sensor, or the transmission is going.
as long as there has been no engine swapping going on, yes
The vacuum hose on the civic is going to be to the left of the intake manifold.
Because it is a Honda with a tiny motor.
Overload or short in system
Yes They are doing the Honda Civic tour
If it does, look for trans lines going to radiator.
try going to this website http://ccs.exl.info/carwires.html#HONDA
In my opinion, the simplest way to get Honda civic weatherstripping is just going to a shop with car accessories or looking for these weatherstrippings via the Internet because nowadays exist hundreds of such websites with car parts.
Not sure exactly, but I am going to attempt it this weekend.
To replace the brake pads of a Honda Civic it is going to cost anywhere from 144 to 207 dollars. This price increases to as much as up to 289 dollars, if the rotors have to be resurfaced.
Drive on a 1999 Honda Civic transmission is labeled as D4. D2 is made specifically for lower gears and to help in situations where going slower can help maneuver the vehicle.
with enough time and money, anything will fit, but as for fitting in without modifications, probably not, besides the fact that you're going from OBD II to OBD I...
There are many of places to find a fuse diagram for a 97 Honda Civic ex. You can try looking online or going to a junk yard to see if they have the part.
Follow the bottom hose from your radiator to the other end. It should end up going into a device that's bolted onto the engine block - that's where your thermostat is located. Buy a Honda Civic Service manual for more details. Good luck! http://HondaCivicRepairs.com do it myself Honda civic repair
They can average $5,000-$10,000 It can vary by model.
In my point of veiw acuras are faster in every way but it depends how you customize your Honda if your going Honda civic SI u might get a lil bit of horses but acura beats Honda in anyway possible
In short: yes. I just bought a used 2002 Honda Civic (SI coupe) and I'm trying to figure out a cheaper alternative to making a copy of my key than going to a dealer.
Fuel effcientcy is based on driving habits rather than manufactors MPG advertised. For example, if you drive a honda civic and street race, you are going to get lower MPG. If you drive the same honda civic and drive mostly long distances you will get a better MPG. It all depends on how you drive.
I don't know the answer but I'm at 218k and it's still going strong.
The first one on the driver side going from right to left.
35505-SA5-003 is the part number through Honda. If you have a local junkyard, I would recommend going there and taking the bulbs out of the cluster on a junked Honda.
main fuel relay is under the dash (drivers side) it has a large plug going to it.
The Key Codes can only be found by going to a Honda dealership with your original Ownership and Valid Drivers License. They will use your VIN to obtain your Key Code.
Not very well any way, this will require you to also change front fenders, hood, head lights, and possibly other parts of the front end, not worth the time/money in my opinion. 1992-1995 bumpers should not be hard to locate, or just buy a 1996+ civic if you are going for that look.