how to change spark plugs in 2004 honda civic lx?
The Honda Civic has four spark plugs, one for each cylinder.
gap on sparkplug for 2007 honda civic si
check your spark plugs ???
bad plugs or wires i just had this problem to or it could be a leak in the exhaust
Take the old spark plugs out and screw the new ones in
Yes, unless it's the diesel version, in which case, no.
What is the proper spark plug wire placement routing to the distributor for a 1994 Honda civic cx
buy a gapper and .044
Always ngk plugs
try NGK or Denso
The spark plug gap for a 1994 Honda Civic should be set at .044 inches. This gap will be preset at the factory for new spark plugs.
It is on the crank case cover. Basically on the top of the motor.
u take the old ones out and replace them by color
change the spark plugs
I have a 1991 Honda Accord. I ran a bottle of "slick 50" fuel system cleaner through my car with a tank of gas. It helped the miss some. Then I changed the spark plugs. If this does not help with your civic, change the wires. It could also be that you need a new distributor cap and rotor button. If these suggestions do not help, go to a good mechanic for a tune-up.
The spark plug gap for a 1999 Honda Civic LX is 0.044. You can use a plug gap tester to check the proper gap. You should always check the gap on all spark plugs prior to replacing the spark plugs.
It could need a basic tuneup with plugs, wires and a checkout of the ignition. It could be fuel filter, fuel pump, valves, or injectors. There are many possibilities. To give you a better idea we'd need more information.
Without knowing what one may have tried, the obvious causes could be: * no gas in the tank * dead battery * no spark to plugs * faulty fuel pump * voltage regulator * defective ignition switch * defective starter motor * clogged fuel filter
Your problem is most likely a faulty oxygen sensor. Have it serviced. My car did this last summer, if it is shuddering too, it could be your cylinders. have the wires and plugs changed. it's cheap and could be the source of your problem. I had this problem for about a year and a half, it would only act up sometimes. Finally it got to where it didn't want to go at all, and we ended up replacing the distributor, the plugs and wires and she's good as new!
Honestly, if you have to ask, maybe you should take it to the dealer. Or a really nice mechanic.
It is important to know how the engine of a car works. In a car, the spark plug cables connect to the vehicles spark plugs.
Just spark plugs, make sure they are gapped correctly .044".