Question about 2001 Honda Civic
A rubber tube to ones ear , and search it out,
you will find it, then post photo of offender.
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
both are located in the exhaust system. You have to get the car off the ground and follw pipes. You cant miss the O2 sensors.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: CODE RADIO HONDA CIVIC 2000
I CAN GO ONE STEP FURTHER. IT IS IN YOUR GLOVE BOX:) YOU JUST HAVE TO LOOK FOR IT:) IT A STICKER IN THERE NOT LABELED JUST A 4 OR 5 DIGIT CODE:)
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
Its actually really easy. Take the glove box out. There should be 4 bolts that hold it on. You will see a white container directly behind where the glove box sat. On the bottom of that container your blower motor will be mounted. There is one plug that goes to the blower motor. There are 3 screws that hold the blower motor on. Now depending on your tools you may or may not have to pull the white container off to get the blower motor out. To take the container out you will find 2 silver straps that hold it on. There will be 4 bolts between the two straps. Just unplug the wires that go to that box and the cable that controls the vent (or wire for CRX's) and the box should slide right out and you can change the motor that way.
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Posted on Mar 19, 2009
Hey I had the same code and I have a 2000 honda civic lx. My cousin
works at honda and drives a '96 honda civic and he has had that code
before on his car as well.
First thing he came up with was that the catalytic converter was cracked. We checked mines, and lo and behold, that's what it was.
Look under your hood, and there should be a catalytic converter with a sensor sticking out of it. It is connected to the exhaust manifold and the sensor sticks out of the heat shield. Around the sensor, look for a crack. If there's a crack, that's your problem.
Posted on May 03, 2009
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