The transmission dipstick on a 1987 Honda Civic is located to the left of the oil dipstick. It is close to the left edge of the engine.
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FOLLOW BOTTOM HOSE FROM RADIATOR, UNDO THE 10MM BOLTS, REPLACE THERMOSTAT WITH NEW ONE...AFTER CLEANING SURFACES,NEW GASKET SHOULD BE PUT IN. TIGHTEN BOLTS BACK UP... BAZZING!!
Where is the thermostat located on a 1987 Buick LeSabre?
I had the same problem. . . I finally located the horn behind the passenger side front turn signal.
Why does a red light flashes PRG FI on the dashboard instructment panel of my 1987 Honda Civic
The firing order for a 1987 Honda Civic follows the same order as newer models. The firing order is 1, 3, 4, 2.
Motorweek - 1987 2011 Honda Civic 30-39 was released on: USA: 3 June 2011
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The thermostat on a 1987 BMW 325i can be found by following the upper radiator hose. The thermostat will be located on the side of the engine.
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ive got a 1989 Honda civic DX hatchbackAnswerNo. 88-91 as well.
It is located behind the motor and the intake on the firewall side. Best time to replace when the oil filter is out. Good luck! Greg L.
the thermostat is located on the passenger side of the car if you are looking directly at the engine after raising the hood it is on the end of the upper radiator hose in the housing simply remove the two bolts and remove old thermostat and put the new thermostat and rubber gasket in the same way old came out
That is actually incorrect. In my 87 Civic Si and also 85 CRX si the ECU is located underneath the passanger seat. under the dash board next to the fire wall
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Follow the top radiator hose at the end of that hose is the thermostat housing. The thermostat is located under the thermostat housing.
To install the clutch on a 1987 Honda Civic the transmission will need to be taken off. Remove all the components to drop the transmission. Once removed loosen the bolts that hold the flywheel and clutch disks. Replace the parts.
The radio on a 1987 Honda Civic is held in place by the center console. First remove the center console to reveal the several mounting screws holding the unit in place. Remove the mounting screws and pull the radio out of the car.
The fuel pump on a 1987 Honda Civic is easily accessible through the cabin of the car. Remove the rear seats to find a panel that leads to the fuel pump. Lift the panel and unplug the fuel pump. Replace the unit.