three possibilties exist. the engine is not burning all of the fuel it is getting 1 this could indicate a fuel system or 2 engine problem. is fuel mileage the same? if so 3 the oil may be extended beyond reasonable life. a good oil sample tested at a lab from a hot engine will tell a great deal.
Check the fuel pressure regulator as the diaphragm may be leaking fuel into the vacuum hose and thus running way too rich.
yes easy job. civic and crx are the same once you dont go over 95 civics
My engine light was on and I had a gas smell in my 2000 CRV when the pipe from the gas cap to the gas tank rotted out. It was replaced for ~$500 by Aamco.
It depends on gas prices and how much gas you have in your tank.
A Honda Civic coupe can be purchased at any Honda dealer. Should one want a better deal, one can check the car ads in your local paper for used Honda Civics. Auto Trader would be another good option for Honda sales.
A 1993 Honda xr100r would have a four stroke engine.
Your car may be on fire.
It is probably possible, but why would you want to? The B22 is a good engine but no better than a Honda engine. This would require major modifications.
That would be the check engine light.
One could find a pre-owned Honda civic at their local used or new car dealership in their area. Calling ahead and asking if they have any Honda Civics on their lot would save time.
A 1994 Honda Prelude S would not have a VTEC engine in it (assuming it has the original engine in it). It should have the F22A1 in it which is SOHC and Non-VTEC.
The F22B1 engine was developed by Honda indicating that it would be of Japanese origin.
Oil that has somehow gotten onto the manifold of the engine will produce this smell. Any oil leak in and around the engine will produce this.
this is because Honda civics (not very pretty cars) have different fuses, there fore, you would need the same tpe of light bulb but different consistency.
it normally says it on the front of the engine Ex. 9 would mean 9 horse power!! Honda GX270 would mean 270cc
Quite possibly, but why would you bother? The power difference is minimal.
D16Z6 engine are manufactured by Honda company and are found in three models of Honda Civic (Si, ES and ESi) and in 2 models of Honda Del Sol (Si and ESi).
A D Series Engine such as a D16z6.........I would recommend that one also...
when changing the oil sometimes oil can be spilled on the engine block. as your engine heats up it causes this smell. it is completely normal
When you are looking for a hond civic hybrid, l would recommend the comparison sites like ebay and amazon. Many motor companies have accounts there, and customer feedback is useful in helping you to decide which honda civic hybrid is right for you.
Probably not, you would need a new `K` Series engine as the internals for the engine will be in different places. Honda didnt just put an engine in the rover they also wired the entire car. The engine bays are both totally different. If you still wanted to do this a conversion would need to be done.
With modifications probably - - but the CR-V was powered by the Civic engine that year and would probably be under-powered for the larger Accord.
The Honda Accord would be faster with air shocks and the engine that runs like a babe. :-)
The Charcoal Canister which is located on the engine fire wall just under the control box and fuel filter needs to be replaced as it can no longer store after burn fuel.That is why the smell is more intense after driving and worst if the blower fan is running.
I have seen Honda Civics and Accords in the Enterprise rental fleet. Presumably they would also be in National's and Alamo's fleets, since Enterprise owns those companies.