Question about 1987 Honda Civic
It could have bad wire connection to the alternator, When the car runs try disconnecting the battery if it stays running the alternator is good and the wiring is good. If it dies then the alternator or the wiring is bad.
Posted on Jan 04, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like a short to ground. Get a wiring diagram and trace the circuit that keeps blowing the fuse...Look for burnt or bare wires...Good Luck!
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
There's no trick to it, this is not in perfect order but it will help... You have to jump in, don't be afraid. Everything is just nuts and bolts. Drain the gear oil out of the trans, disconnect everything in the way, remove starter, all trans bolts, remove outer tie-rod bolt and pop the joint, remove lower control arm bolt on each side and pop the joint, (DON'T HAMMER THE THREADS ON THE BALL JOINTS, SMACK THE THICK METAL ON THE SIDES OF THE KNUCKLE / SPINDLE UNDER THE RUBBER BALL JOINT SEAL AND THE JOINT WILL POP OUT) push suspension up and pop out the axles. Remove motor mounts that connect to your trans. Pull the trans out or pry it carefully, MAKE SURE EVERY BOLT IS OUT. You'll also need to prop the engine up with a jack and something soft like wood or layers of cardboard. The trans will slide out but it's a few inches then it will want to drop so have something under it like a skateboard or a creeper with layers of cardboard to protect both. Don't let it slam down and hit the spline coming out of the engine. Your new clutch kit will have instructions and an alignment tool in the package to complete the clutch install. Then slap it back together. Could take 5 hours your first time, about 2.5 next time.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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