check your gear box
Every mating surface where there is a possibility of something leaking out.
it may be a loose or corroded hose.look under your car. == It may be leaking from your steering rack into the boots, from your pump seals but most probably from your hoses... www.powerbrakeandsteering.co.za
42,000 gallons of oil leaking in Gulf every day
yes it will every civic from 96 to 2000 will pretty much fit.
If you do not keep your power steering fluid topped off, and/or do not change it once a year, your steering column will most likely start burning from friction of the steering rod and column. The best thing you could do is take it to a mechanic, to see how much damage you've done by not topping off your steering fluid. This is something explained in every owner's manual, but not often read. This is how most mechanics make their money, by people not topping off their power steering fluid. If it isn't looked at soon, then your steering could go out, and you could crash.
every 105k miles
Transmission fluid (Civic CVT manual every 50,000mls,Transmission fluid (A/T or ?/T) auto every 30,000mls
yes there is automatic for every civic model! DX, EX, LX, VX, Si....
Per Honda Civic manual, at every 3 years independent of mileage !
The recommended oil change for a 2002 Honda Civic is every 5,000 miles. If synthetic oil is used oil can be changed every 10,000 miles.
Power Steering Fluid Or Power Steering Pump
Every year Honda Civic sold could be purchased with a manual transmission.
Yes of course you can put an h-series into an eg civic. It's done every day.
Every three or four days for me but I got it fixed just a leak in the line from oversteering or just being old, follow the pump and see where the lines are and look for the leak. It should be an easy find and pretty simple fix for anyone.
The steering wheel connects to it. You probably hit your knee on it every time you get in your truck.
You should have your power steering checked to make sure everything is alright. If you don't have a leak then everything should be fine with you car.
Depends on the Civic center. Almost every city has a Civic center, which is, by definition, a prominent land area within a community that is constructed to be its focal point. The Honda Center (Civic Center of Anaheim CA) is hosting the Steve Miller Band on 02.20.10
Every 100,000 miles
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You can go to a parts house or bookstore and purchase a Haynes Manual and it will have all the information you will need. They have them for every car so that you do not get something that you do not need.
every 3000km or 3 months
I assume you are talking about a 1996-2000 Civic EX and a 1999-2000 Civic Si. If so then yes, people do it all the time and practically every part will fit and work on your EX model, especially if you have a 1999-2000 Civic EX. Interior/exterior pieces, suspension, engine parts, etc. That's the great thing about hondas.
have it checked every 3 to 4 years