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Honda Civic EX Model

I have a 1992 Honda Civic Ex with engine size 1.5L. When I search for parts online or at store, most matching items are based on Civic LX, Civic DX and others from Civic EX. I am trying to purchase CV Shaft and not sure which part fits in my car.
Is there an easy way to find the exact model?
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Go to : http://www.carfax.com/ ; enter your serial number ( 17 letters and digits )
And it will tell you what exactly your model is.

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There are 2 engines for 92 civics, so that can make ordering parts 'interesting" sometimes. Some websites that sell factory OEM parts have the option of using your vin for your vehicle to locate parts. The only problem there, is that OEM parts are more expensive Check out hondapartscheap site, from Southbay Honda for great diagrams of car parts. You can use your vin on their site for access to proper parts.

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