My honda civic r p m meter won't move or my gas meter won't move either, matter of fact all it won't move even when i gas it, it all started when i remove my alarm wired and this problem started, why? and how can i fix it?
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Hi its proberbley no coincedence if it started when you removed your alarm start there first of all when you removed the ground was there any other grounds attatched if so check they are making a good contact the other possibility is you shorted a wire and have blown a fuse or have you been messing near the dash when pulling wires out if so you may have pulled on a loom that connects to the clocks and its come loose bestof luck yates210456
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Have you just replaced the clutch? Taken out the transaxle, and put it back in? Are you sure transmission was in good condition before this? If so, review your procedure carefully to be sure you got it all back right. Watch the slave cylinder while someone depresses clutch. You should see the little plunger move slightly out and move the clutch lever back. The lever moves the release bearing inside bell housing into contact with the pressure plate. If slave cylinder doesn't move at all, try bleeding again. The plunger has to move when clutch is engaged. I'm not sure what you mean by "will shift but won't go into gear". You mean it's actually going into a gear position and car won't move? Or it won't go into any gear, period. As if you had no clutch?
From the Owner's Manual: replace the timing belt @ "110k miles or 7 years whichever comes first". We have 73k on our Ex and have had no problems with the automatic ... in fact it is the smoothest shifting auto that I've ever driven. I did a fluid change (incomplete ... u can't drain the entire transaxle) at 60k which is the recommended interval for "severe" service.
When the heater is turned on, it is drawing in air from the cowl at the bottom of the windshield outside the car. If your smelling gas when you turn it on, it would suggest to me that there may be a fuel leak under the hood. A lot of Honda's have the fuel filter under the hood against the firewall. Open the hood, and see if the gas smell is any stronger, or any gas smell at all for that matter. I would strongly recommend getting the car checked as soon as possible, if you can find the source of the smell yourself.
It should be a simple fix. If you go to a local dealer, it can be as easy as them pulling a pin, lowering the pedal and replacing the pin. If the car is newer, it is all electric and there are no hydrolic parts to depress. Good luck!!!