29 - its a blue 15 amp fuse
To reset the check engine light on a 1998 Honda Civic located the blue 15 amp fuse in the engine bay fuse box. The fuse is labeled ECU, and will reset the check engine light when removed.
Replace fuse in fuse box under hood that powers the entire fuse box. It will have highest amp rating.
A 2012 Honda Civic EX uses a 63 Amp alternator.
The 1996 & 1997 Honda Civic are both the 6th generation so almost all parts should be interchangable.
The fuel pump fuse is under the hood. There will be a black box in the left top corner under the hood. The fuse is the fist one on the top roll. The fuse is a 15 amp fuse a BLUE one.
THEY USE THE SAME FUSE AS INTERIOR LIGHT IF NOT IN FUSE BOX TRY ENGINE FUSE BOX IT SHOULD ONLY BE 10AMP OR 15 AMP. SLOT NUMBER 27.
Hi Its number 29 as in the manuals it says Accessory it should be yellow 25 amp Its number 29 on the fuse box under the dash, and it is a 20 amp, yellow, low profile ATM type fuse. Location is 29 but the fuse amperage is 15 the blue one. There should be two of them. One for the connection under the radio (29) and one for inside the middle armrest (28)
There are a couple of phillips screws on either side of the 80 amp fuse leading to the engine fuse box. :)
If you look under your steering wheel you will find your fuse box. There should be some sort of documentation telling you which one is the radio fuse, but if not it should be a 7.5 amp fuse.
chevy blazer & Honda Civic
On the underdash fuse panel - fuse #19, 7.5 amp.
All Honda 4 cylinders from 2003 and up have a timing chain except the 2004 & 2005 Honda Civic which has a belt. 2006 and up Civic has a chain.
Check to see if there is power at the fuse and then test the hot for fuesable links and contiuity.I think there is a couple. make sure sure power is coming out of the fuse box switch check everywhere. Good luck
fuse number 1 is 10 amp fuse 2 is 25 amp fuse 3is 25 amp fuse 4 is a spare fuse 5 is 10 amp fuse 6 is a spare fuse 7 is 20 amp fuse 8 is 25 amp fuse 9 is 20 amp fuse 10 is 5 amp fuse 11 is 5 amp fuse 12 is a spare fuse 13 is 5 amp fuse 14 is 15 amp
A factory wiring diagram, for your 2007 Honda Civic, can be obtained from most Honda dealerships. The wiring diagram can also be found at many auto-parts stores.
the IG fuse is under the hood in the fuse box panel. it is a 50 amp fuse and has two screws holding it in there
Fuses 7 & 8, and 10 & 11.
Oil or filter change & tire rotation
interior fuse box above the hood release. Its fuse #6 (7.5 amp)
It's in the under hood fuse box behind the passenger side shock tower by the battery. Open the lid and look under it, there should be a diagram showing where it's located. If the diagram is missing it is the 30 amp fuse, second one down in the bank of 5 large fuses in the middle of the fuse box.