A bad tire can cause your 2002 Honda Civic to jerk while driving. A bad ball joint can also cause this issue.
Disconnect the batery cable from the battery while the vehicle is running, if it dies, you need a new alternator there, buddy.
Carburetor needle valve probably leaking while engine is not running causing gas to run down the cylinders into the crankcase.
ignition module It's possible that the CDI module went bad. If the car has a tachometer built in to the dash you can use that to make a simple check. Crank the engine while watching the tach. Does the needle on the tach bounce slightly when cranking or does it stay still? If the tach needle doesn't move the CDI module is dead. If the tach needle does move the problem is somewhere else.
To replace the starter on a Honda Civic, you can expect to pay around $50. This is an average price, as some are $20, while others are closer to $100.
While this is for a 1992 Honda Civic, I've been told it is the same for a 1991 model. http://autoforums.carjunky.com/Automotive_Repair_C1/Electrical_and_Wiring_F6/FUSE_BOX_DIAGRAM_FOR_92_HONDA_CIVIC_P3020/
The engine is getting to hot in your 2002 Honda Civic for the temperature gauge to rise above normal. The back of fan might be failing.
jerking on honda civic after fixing head gasget, water pump and timing belt especially at speed over 65 miles .. it's one of my problems right now.. what is it experts?
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The cooling system is bled using the bleeder screw found on the thermostat housing. To find the thermostat housing on a 1998 Honda Civic follow the lower radiator hose to its outlet. While the cooling system is running loosen the bleed valve. When bubbles stop coming out the system has been bled.
Did it just die while you were driving?
Your car hesitates to turn on or it turns off on you while driving.
You might need to change the fuel filter.
It is timed incorrectly or plug wires are installed incorrectly.
first and best thing to find out is if your running rich or not your fuel to air ratio might not be just right. check your oxygen sensor and do a full tune up.
The alarm in a 1993 Honda Civic can be disabled using the program mode. To enable the program mode pull the key in the on position while pressing lock on the remote. Do this three times in five seconds and program mode will become enabled.
EG and EK are used to describe the various generations of Honda cars.EG is the fifth generation (1992-1995), while EK is the sixth (1996-2000)For instance, Honda produced the first iteration of Civic to receive the "Type-R" appellation, with the EK9 chassis Civic Type-R, in 1997. http://whatmonstersdo.com
"The 2011 Honda Accord has an MPG of 23 city/33 highway. The CRV is 21/28. The Civic is 26/34, while the Civic Hybrid is 40/43. The Fit is 28/35, and the ever popular Odyssey minivan is 19/28."
Check the idle air control valve. When the valve malfunctions the car will not be able to hold a stable idle. Make sure the wiring is not charred or frayed.
While the Civic and the CR-V are built on the same platforms and share many of the same components, I believe that Honda made a major design switch between those two years which may negate a straight-up swap. Try calling a Honda dealer I'm sure they could tell you right away.
There are different variants of the 1994 Honda Civic Coupe. The base models were rated as low as 75 horsepower, while the performance models reached well over 126 horsepower.
There is a reservoir that you check with a dipstick but make sure your engine is cool and off while you do it.
Wont shift while engine is on? Is it an automatic or a manual? if you put more information I can put a more reasonable answer.