yes it will bolt right up, how ever you will need a D16Y7 (96-00 non vtec 1.6 liter) timing belt, as the length will be slightly different. you might also need D16Y7 spark plug wires. also your upper timing belt cover will not bolt on. you might be able to use the cover from a D16Y7, but im not sure.
not without major modifications
With some modifications, yes it will fit
It will not fit directly, without modification... the 96-98 bumpers and 99-00 bumpers are different, as are the headlights and hoods
With modifications, yet.
No, only an Honda Civic engine will bolt up without major modifications.
It will not directly bolt in. you will probably have to do some major modifications, or swap brackets from one seat to the other to make it work. Or you always have the option to buy aftermarket seat rails/sliders and weld them on to the EP seats.
The Honda Civic has four spark plugs, one for each cylinder.
with enough time and money, anything will fit, but in this situation, you can't swap engines without some modifications
all Honda civics have 4 cylinder engines
With enough modifications anything is possible.
why don't I get fuel to cylinder number one on my 96 Honda civic
Yes. Be sure though that the transmission isn't from a Honda Civic made in Japan if your Civic is made in the USA or Canada. This is a tip I got from a salvage business.
If the engine in your Civic is a 4 cylinder then the Firing order is 1342
where can i find my casting number on cylinder head for 1993 Honda civic
2006 Civic has a chain, no replacement necc. but the water pump still has to be looked at!
18 inch rims are the max although you can go bigger with modifications.
According to the Gates website the 1.7 liter 4 cylinder in a 2004 Honda Civic : Has a timing BELT , it is an interference engine
If you are referring to a straight-up engine replacement - - CR-V's are constructed on the Civic platfrom, therefore, any Civic engine will be an exact fit as a replacement.
torque head ingine honda civic 03
Stock motor that came in an 1990 Honda Civic Si is a D16A6. SOHC NON-VTEC motor. should be found on the block directly back from the radiator cap on below the cylinder head. The number is stamped on a flat area on the block.
A 1996 Honda Civic will have a 1.6 Liter 4 cylinder engine, regardless of the trim model.
its before number 2