it could be a lot of things. start by checking your throttle position sensor and/or your spark plugs and spark plug wires. if you have a check engine light, you could take the car to auto zone and have them check for engine codes.
Remember to check your air filter too. You may be surprised! (simply remove the airfilter and check if the performance improves. If it does, change the filter).
If you have dual point injection, then try this. I had the same issue twice and both times I resolved it by spraying throttle body cleaner into throttle body and wiping the sensor clean..You have to hold the "butterfly" open while doing this
Check the Codes by yourself. Reach under the glove box, grab the 2 sets of wires/plugs tucked up inside there. one has a two prong, one has 4. if you put a paper clip in the two prong and turn the ignition to ON (don't start the car) the CEL will flash all the codes.
Most common issue will be a lack of vacuum, and or Ignition wire, plugs cap and rotor. for the rough uneven idle.
DO NOT TRY THE ABOVE!!!! if you do not know what you are doing dont try to clean your throttle plate/body. you need to make sure it is throttle body cleaner for fuel injection, you also need to be careful to not have the overspray or overflowing liquid get onto the exhaust manifold or anything hot because it is extremely flamable.
not sure what you mean by uneven idle. if the rhythm of the idle is off it may be misfiring, this could be caused by the ignition components like sparkplugs, plug wires, distributor cap, distributor rotor, ignition coil, or the whole distributor.
if the idle goes up and down, the most common problem maybe your IACV (idle air control valve)
but like stated before it could be numerous things and only by running a series of tests will you be able to find out. if you are knowledgeable with cars then try to see if you can eliminate the above issues, if not take it to a mechanic you can trust and have them check it out.
A 1991 Honda Civic DX 1.5 liter engine starter might stick because the starter is damaged. The flywheel might be missing teeth which could cause the starter to stick.
You might be talking about the engine splash shield
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.
they might need a little modification, but probably not much.
You might need to change the fuel filter.
a new oxygen sensor might be needed
Yes, it does have an interference engine so do replace your timing belt on schedule time or else the engine might be dead when the timing belt is broken.
Might have slight differences. They are both in the 4th gen or EF class of civic. 88-91.
Spare parts for a Honda Civic can be purchased from your local Honda dealership. By purchasing from Honda you can ensure that the parts you receive are genuine and in the end will save you money.
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
A parking light on your 1998 Honda Civic might not work because the bulb is broken or because the fuse has blown. It might also have an issue with the wiring between the fuse and the bulb.
The check engine light will come on. And u might see a lower mpg rating
Yes, tons of them. Might want to specify what bearing your asking about.
The engine code will tell you, that's located on the bottom block a little to the left from your headers, yours might say d15b7, d16y8, or d16z6 aether way your size engine will be a 1.5 or a 1.6 litre
If your 1994 Honda Civic is sputtering, it may be due to a clogged fuel line. Another possible cause is that one of the pistons isn't firing correctly. A tune up might be in order.
you might die from carbon monoxide
It might be the brake pedal switch
yes you can might take a little bit of work but all hondas are interchangeable with itself more challenging than a little bit of work... in 1988 and up all hondas are interchangeable but before that hondas carried the 12 valve bugger so have fun and try...
The B20 motor comes from the Honda CRV. Answer The B20 engine is a Japanese engine used in the Acura Integra. They might use a different head but I know that block is the same. I believe that it's the B18 and all they did was remove cylinder sleeves to bore it out to a 2.0 I would have liked to put this engine in my 1991 Honda Civic Si Hatchback when I had it.
I think it might be 0.30
Forums for the Honda Civic 1992-1995, can be found on many places. Places such as car selling websites or car building websites are a great place to start.
One can purchase new rims for a Honda Civic at most tire stores. One can visit a nearby tire shop, or call one by finding their number in the Yellow Pages.
IF its doing this only when it warms up, it might be a bad coil - is it getting gas?
If the starter is turning over on the 1989 Honda Civic but the engine is not getting gas, the problem is more likely the fuel pump than the injectors. Clogged injectors might cause difficult starts but a damaged fuel pump will cause the vehicle to receive no fuel at all.