Question about 1989 Honda Civic
Have oil I. Spark plug wells, will remove crank case and replace o rings don't won't to bend valves when putting rocker arm back on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
OK here you go. there are three different engine codes for that model and engine size. first is the D15Z1. This one is 14ft.lbs. Then you have D15B7 and D15B8 these two are the same at 16ft.lbs.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
tap them lighty on each side with a small hammer and take two phillips screwdrivers and put them into the two bolt holes on each cap squeeze the two screwdrivers together and pull back and forth and side to side, also make sure you have all the bolts out of the caps before proceding with this there are little dowels under each cap that center them they are stuck at the bottom you may also try a very fine flat screwdriver to pry up on the caps on the bottom you could carefully tap it in under the cap with a small hammer, please rate -jeff
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
SOURCE: P 2647"A" Rocker Arm Actuator
Your going to need a air pressure regulator or better yet if the ECM found fault price it and replace it
Posted on Aug 23, 2011
SOURCE: there was a water contamination on the rocker arm and top of the rocker arm cover. But the oil on the crankcase has no water contamination does this mean i need to chnge my cylinder head. Please advis
Usually if there is water or moisture in the valve cover but not in the crankcase, you have a venting problem (PCV) or the engine is not warming up to operating temp.
Posted on Jul 30, 2012
first for some clarification .1. it is not a rocker arm it is a control arm,or another name is (A arm)because it is usualy shaped like the letter A.. 2.a rocker arm is in the top of the head on the motor. 3. DO NOT TRY TO BEND OR HEAT AND BEND IT BACK IN PLACE. you are asking for a early death bed...... BBBUUUUTTTT you can go to your local parts house and order one for around 150-200 bucks. or go to your local salvage yard for about 50-75 dollars.
Posted on Aug 20, 2012
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