yes they will
In the head at the end of the spark plug wires.
remove the spark plug wires one at a time and unscrew the plugs
go from driver side 1234
Click the link and choose the correct engine.
Might need new spark plugs and maybe spark plug wires too.
1-3-4-2 Distributor rotates clockwise.
This is a Honda only code which means you have a random cylinder misfire. If you have not replaced the Spark Plugs & Wires, do so now. Use OEM spark plugs.
It could be caused by not getting the spark plug boot on quite right after replacing the plug wires.
try replacing your distributor, distributor cap, rotor, and maybe the spark plug wires.
left side of engine directly under the distibutor (where the spark plug wires plug into)
there are four spark plug wires that run to the distributor..the fifth one is the coil wire
OEM are the best spark plug wires for the Honda cbr. These spark plug wires can be found at the local Honda dealership.
You may have the wires hooked up incorrectly. Click the link to see detailed photo of the correct connections.
It will have a black cap on it with 4 wires coming out and each wire going to a spark plug. Follow the wires from the spark plugs backward and you will find the distributor.
change them one by one and matching up the length take em out and put new ones in...
Not really the only parts that are interchangeable are the basics like oil filers, spark plugs,and wires. Different sized cars
Tune it up. Replace the spark plugs, plug wires, distributor cap, rotor, fuel filter, and air filter.
The 2002 Honda Civic EX engine uses coil-on-plug. There are no sparkplug wires.
different kinds , maybe a Honda plug , or , NGK .
Its on the transmission right under the throttle body. It is a grey housing with three 10mm bolts and wires coming out of the top.
Spark Plug Wires for my Honda Accord are as follows: 2 4 1 = 4 - 3 - 2 - 1 3 1 is the chamber to the far right. the diamond diagram represents the distributor cap if you were looking in from the left side of the car.
Yes it does have spark plugs....no it does not have wires, they have boots from cylinder 1-5 and a diff one for 6th cylinder
An O2 sensor unscrews like a spark plug and then there are 1-3 wires to rehook up.A special socket may be needed on some models.