It could be a number of things, such as the previous owners bought the car, then couldn't afford it, or they wanted to get a new car, or they just didn't want it anymore. Ask the dealer if he knows the reasons. Don't buy a car if you are hesitant about it, it's a big thing to jump into. Then there's the "Yellow Peril" -- It might just be a "Lemon". It might have been subject to a flood early in it's vehicle life and is slowly going batty from incremental electrical malfunctions. (And thereby driving the owners batty, too) Perhaps someone died in it and the smell becomes annoying on wet, dreary days. Then again, all five of the previous owners may have hit the Lottery...
Per Honda Civic manual, at every 3 years independent of mileage !
You need to specify the year. The civic has been around for 20+ years. Generally check the owners manual as it is outlined in detail how to replace filters, oil, etc..
The Honda Civic was produced from the years 1973 to present in Japan and in the United States. In a 2001 Honda Civic the A/C dryer is located next to the A/C compressor.
no cause they are different years, model changed.
no one cares
EK on a Honda Civic refers to the years (1996-2000) the car was made. It is also referred to as the sixth generation Honda Civics. These are all hatchbacks.
10.5 U.S. gallons, according to my owners manual and my purchase of gas for the last 7 years.
In my experience, all Civics on the road today have a sealed chassis. If it's old enough, it might have some. And if it has aftermarket tie rods it might as well. But OEM joints on a Civic from the last ~20 years have no zerks.
yes, tailligths are the same years 96-99
The 8th generation Honda Civic was introduced in 2005 for the model year 2006 through 2011.
nah it wont fit...its 7 years of difference
The Civic EG is part of the fifth generation of Honda Civic. The series was first introduced in 1991, and the last of the series was produced in 1995.
A Honda Civic is one the top most fuel efficient cars you can get. It boasts more than 34 MPG with the hybrid models getting over 40 MPG. With a name like Honda, you can also count on the reliability and quality that also comes with this car. For a reliable car that will last for years and with great fuel efficiency, choose a Honda Civic or Honda Civic Hybrid.
Ep3 years 2002-2005
I had a honda civic for 8 years and the odometer was 321785 km
A 1997 Honda Civic uses DOT3 type brake fluid. This is the standard for power brakes in most cars for the last 20 years.
Because it's 12 years old?
The Civic in 1998, as well as all other years it is available from is/was produced by the Honda Motor Corporation. It was first introduced in 1972 and continues to be one of Honda Motors flagship models.
I work with one of the law firms representing the plaintiffs and class members in a case against Honda regarding Honda Civic sun visors. We have reached a settlement with Honda in the case. If you own or lease (or previously owned or leased) a Honda Civic (model years 2006 through 2008, as well as some 2009 models) you might be eligible to receive settlement benefits--including an extended warranty on the visors and reimbursement for what you paid out-of-pocket to repair your sun visor. Log onto www.visorsettlement.com for more information.
Yes, any Honda Civic motor from those years will work with little to no modification, same with any Acura Integra motors. That's what makes hondas so great.
You can go to this site http://ccs.exl.info/carwires.html You got all brand of vehicules and all the years... It was accurate for my 1989 Honda Civic SI. Have a nice day!!! JMoney69
have it checked every 3 to 4 years
The 2005 Honda Civic has a timing belt that must be changed every 105,000 miles or 10 years whichever comes first. Warning: This is an interference engine.
Belt! Change at 7 years or 160,000 kms.