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Tools required & procedure for replacing spark plugs

Procedure for replacing spark plugs in a 2004 Honda Civic Si

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  • crbbndt May 11, 2010

    If you have to ask how to change them you shouldnt be doing it by someones written word.

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Does replacing oil seal require removing oil pan on 2004 Honda civic ex 1.7L VTEC automatic?


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How much tranny fluid od i need for my 2004 honda civic si? do i need to use genuine honda fluid? do i need a grain plug gasket? also can i flush the tranny fluid or do i have to fill and drain it 3 times...


Your Civic auto transmission requires 6.2 US quarts TOTAL.
I know the Manual says to flush three times, but I believe the reference is to the situation IF you have temporarily used a Dexron II fluid. If you are already using Honda ATF-Z1, I wouldn't worry about flushing three times. I would simply look at the plug gasket to determine whether or not you need a new one. The old one will probably do fine, but gaskets certainly don't cost much so you might as well get one while you're getting the fluid (if somebody has one in stock).
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HOW MANY SPARK PLUGS DOES MY 2004 HONDA CIVIC SI HAVE?


You would have a total of 4 spark plugs, one for each cylinder. Since you have a 4-cylinder engine, a total of 4 spark plugs.

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Air filter


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