Question about 1998 Honda Civic
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2006 Honda civic
Three things to check.... that you are putting on the exact specified part for that motor. second that it is being installed correctly... third that you are using the correct belt for that motor.... oh and a forth.... make sure that you are correctly routing the belt on all the pullies.
There should be a sticker with the correct routing of the serpentine belt either on the lower part of the engine compartment.... or look up at the hood when you have it open.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
Several causes possible.
Carburattor or injection type?
Carburator >> auto choke faulty.
Carburator >> mixture very wrong adjusted
Drawning carburator (needle/floater)
Distributor weights cannot move (dirt/rust spring broken)
Very dirty airfilter, or clogged airfilter
Faulty ignition cap. Check contacts, especially middle one if oldfashioned and nonelectronical.
Ignition timing set incorrectly.
Fuel pump broken.
Fuel filter blocked almost.
Vacuum line damaged.
Exhaust internally clogged by loose plate (corrossion) (potato in tailpipe effect).
And very seldom, water or diesel.
And a list of a lot of other things.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
probably a broken wire near the drivers door where it opens and closes when you find the almost broken wire it is important to have it soldered and shrink tubed
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
have you check the ground wire from your negative wire to battery post? check to see the battery is strong. if it doesn't turn over the engine or crank the engine mean no good ground to the cables. if the car ran fine I dont understand why the car wont crank or turn the motor over it just quit. if the battery check out strong 12 V, starter serenoid may be faulty on your starter or it may be hot and will not turn starter over.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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