Where is the starter on a 1997 Honda Civic?
Dead battery, out of fuel, defective fuel pump, defective starter, and many other things.
I woudl go to a parts store. Take your current starter and ask about a '97 starter. See for yourself but I thought they were the same if it was B-series to B-Series or D-Series to D-Series.
about $4000-$12,000 depending on how bright you want it
Pull it out, take it to a radiator shop and have them do it. Or what I would do , is just replace it with a new aftermakret one.
I would say around 300 dollars..
Accel oil seal. 4 oil seal must be replace
If you are looking to purchase a used Honda Civic VTi, a good place to start would be with used car dealerships. Any Honda dealership would have new Honda Civic VTis available. If they didn't, they could order one in for you.
The wipers on my 1998 Honda Civic were stuck on low so I assumed it was the switch and replaced it, but the problem continued. The local Honda dealer told me that I should replace the motor, which I did, and the problem was fixed.
s2000 would hammer it
no cause they are different years, model changed.
You will need the intake and exhaust manifold gaskets. I would also install new head bolts.
The average price of a 2006 Honda Civic would be approximately å£6,079. This is for all models and is based on a mileage of around 58,819. The average price of a hatchback 2006 Honda Civic would be approximately å£6,112.
Does Honda still make the Honda Civic SI ? That is a good question and I would have to unfortunately answer that with a no. Year 2005 was the last year for the make of this particular car.
No, they are different generations and therefore require different hoods. A 98 hood would only fit on a civic from 1996-2000
The entire brake can be difficult but the brake pads are easy. I would trust a mechanic to do the entire brake at your local garage.
If this has nothing to do with fuel, elect. or whatever. Then most likely the starter is pulling when hot. You would have to replace it.
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
www.b20vtec.com would be a good place to start or www.honda-tech.com
No, they're different.
Yes as long as they are both the same body style (coupes, hatchback's, or sedans).
I would suggest bringing your Civic to a Honda service center. This is a difficult job and if not done correctly could result in severe engine damage. The NJ Honda dealer that I use has factory trained technicians who use only the best equipment and genuine Honda parts. I wouldn't trust anyone other than their experts to work on my 2002 Honda Accord.
It is possible to purchase a 2006 Honda Civic SL from various places. Carmax and Autotrader are customer friendly, well known retailers that would sell a 2006 Honda Civic SL. Online auction sites such as eBay and a local Honda retailer are also viable option when considering a Honda purchase.
There are many places where one can buy parts for a Honda Civic 96. The best places to buy parts would be at a local car parts store or at a Honda dealership.