on any Honda I have ever owned it is a little black plastic pipe bent at a 90 degree angle behind the valve cover on the right side with a black rubber tube that goes to the intake manifold
A PCV is always located off the intake manifold its a black rubber hose and these are very inexpensive they are usually between $3-$12 depending on the car, make, model, ect. A easy way to check your PCV valve is to remove it from the rubber hose and shake it, if it makes a noise its fine as its a one way check valve. This is why it has a rubber hose connected to it because that is a vacuum line that comes off the intake manifold. The top of it will usually be made of a black plastic the bottom will be made of metal if its on an older engine which this type will go into the valve cover. If its all black and is bent at a 90 degree angle which they all usually are, it will be inserted into the crankcase of the engine instead of the valve cover. All this valve dose is recycle unburnt gases from the engine back into the intake manifold so that they can be burnt in the cylinders.
Yes, it is the same starter for both.
They didn't make and Si in 1998. The PCV valve is on 1998 Civic SI's are located on the bottom of the intake manifold. It is acessed from the bottom of the car, you have to remove the oil filter to reach it.
The motor in a 1993 Honda Civic Si is a 1.6L D16Z6. In contrast, the 1991 and earlier Civic Si comes with a 1.6L D16A6. And the 1999 and up Civic Si has a B16A2motor.
No different dashboards and cluster wiring are involved. Honda also did not make an SI in 1991 and the car model and type is nearly completely different.
Honda Civic Si and Honda Civic Si EP3 the same thing. There are several different year models of of Honda Civic Si's. EP3 is the chassis code for that specific Civic Si 01-05 was the EP3. So the new Civic Si 06 to current two door model is the FG2. By the way the chassis codes are found in the VIN#.
below on the right. by the passengers leg
si on a Honda civic is the body type it means sport injection
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No, reason being that the glusters are completely different in size and connectors.
No it will not. It can fit, but you will need head lights, fenders, hood, grill, and front bumper from a 1999-2000 Civic. Transmission doesnt matter.
on the intake manifold.
Honda Civic SI is faster than a Honda Civic Coupe. Civic SI has more torque and horsepower than the regular civic. butt they are all import pieces of shitt and should not be driven by any man under any circumstance, these are women cars...asian women
Yes, the 2013 Honda Civic Si is front wheel drive.
The price range for a 2007 Honda Civic SI can really vary depending on it's features and mileage. Kelly Blue Book has the 2007 Honda Civic SI at about $12,000.
NO! the Si only comes in stick (manual) transmission, and as of 2006, it is a six speed transmission. i had a honda civic si with a auto trans my civic was a 99 so it might not pretain to this but just thoght i would say that there is such thing as a honda civic si auto trans
if the Honda civic dx is a 92-95 then yes.
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Where can you find a diagram for the fuse box on a 1995 Honda civic si?"
A 2003 Honda civic si needs five quarts of oil.
The car company named Honda does not make a Classic Honda Si vehicle. The vehicles I found for the Si make is the Civic Si Coupe and the Civic Si Sedan. The oldest vehicle in both of those makes was made in 2006.
I assume you are talking about a 1996-2000 Civic EX and a 1999-2000 Civic Si. If so then yes, people do it all the time and practically every part will fit and work on your EX model, especially if you have a 1999-2000 Civic EX. Interior/exterior pieces, suspension, engine parts, etc. That's the great thing about hondas.