Need to replace passenger side headlight on a 2002 Honda civic lx
2001 2002 2003 i believe are all the same but i need to replace the entire headlight assembly for a family member, but not sure how to remove it. Havent taken a look at the car, so want to be somewhat informed before i do the job.
Re: Need to replace passenger side headlight on a 2002...
I have not done this yet but I have seen a DIY on hondacivicforums.com. From what i hear to remove the headlight assembly you have to remove the front bumper to get to screws that hold the headlight assembly on.
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I had a question i bought a used control arm for a 2001 honda civic compared it to the original and everything was the same except the part where the ball joint goes into is a few mm thicker on the control arm. Beedless to say i got it in but i had to over tighten to get the nut in all the way. I thought this would stop the rattling sound when i hit a pothole bit its still doing it and i fear the control arm is the incorrect one what other honda has the same control arm as the civic?
You won't need a diagram as the damage was done where you tried patching in to the headlight circuit. You already know wher that was, just figure out where you shorted 2 of the wires with the wire clamp on device that wasn't lined up right. the insulation between two of the wires has been cut and you have a partial short. Once you identify and repair the insulation NEATLY with electrical tape, you'll be fine.
If you really think you need diagram, buy a haynes manual for about $20 at your local parts store or haynes.com.