Question about Honda Civic
Pretty easy to get to- disconect the battery and have at it- get a repair manual at local parts stoer or check out alldatadiy.com
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1991 honda civic starter removal
Always start by disconnecting the battery when working with electrical parts on a vehicle. Once that is done then unplug the starter and unbolt the nut under the rubber boot which should be either 8mm or 10mm bolt, i can't remember which. Then next there will be two long 12mm or 14mm bolts holding the starter to the trans...remove them and the starter should lift right out. For installation just do the same but reverse and don't forget the metal gasket and i recommend putting di-electric grease on the electrical connections to keep those in good working order. Good luck
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
If you have never changed a cambelt (timing belt) then it is not recommended that you attempt it. It is a job for a mechanic, as getting the cam timing wrong on reassembly is easy to do and can have disastrous consequences. It is easy enough once you know how, and if you are reasonably mechanically able, I'd suggest getting a repair manual for your vehicle that has a step by step procedure for timing belt replacement. Companies like Haynes produce very good repair manuals.
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
Some of the grime, etc on the engine prior to steam cleaning along with any solvents used may have affected the drive/fan belt. I would suggest you either check tightness of the belt and possibly consider replacing it.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
If you're not getting any spark, it may be the coil or the igniter, both of which are located inside the distributor.
If no fuel, you may have a problem with your main relay.
Check out tegger.com for more information on these components as well as other possibilities.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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