Question about 1995 Honda Civic
Hi man the Honda 92 to 95 has the same specs with little differents so try to go to this web
and u will find any thing u want about Honda Civic 1993 which is the sam as 1995 so try it hope it will work buddy
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
If you don't know what Distributor terminal is for #1cylinder
Disconnect the battery, for safety. Take out all the spark plugs. put a ratchet and socket on the crank pulley. This is to turn the engine over manually. You need to find when the #1 cylinder's piston is at it's highest point. (cylinder #1 is at the front of the engine, front of the engine is the end with the belts and alternator, not the end with the transmission) To do this take a long screwdriver and insert it down the #1 cylinder spark plug hole. Now turn the rachet slowly and watch as the screwdriver rises and falls with the piston. You need to get the screwdriver and piston at its highest point to find top dead center or TDC. when you have done this you now need to check if the engine is on it's compression stroke. Do this by looking for a clear line inset into the crank pulley and a line or pointer on the front (closest to your drivers side wheel) of the engine or timing cover plastic case. If the lines are lined up exactly and #1 piston is at its highest point, you have found top dead center on the compression stroke. Now you need to install the distributor as mentioned, and look at where the rotor is is pointing. Run a plug wire from that terminal to #1 cylinder. Then run the rest of your wires. Remember: #1 cylinder is closest to the drivers side wheel, followed by the rest in order to the passenger side. A 92-95 1.5 sohc 16v non vtec (d15b7) Honda civic firing order is 1342. start at the first terminal that you have just found on the distributor and hooked up to the # 1 cylinder. now hook a plug wire onto the next terminal (clockwise) and run it to cylinder #3, hook the next terminal to cylinder #4, next to #2 and your done. Hope my writeup helps, I did this a few weeks ago and it worked.
Posted on Sep 18, 2011
It is very simple, can go only one way with camshaft end cut with trapezoid natch. We need 12 mm socket to remove 3 bolts holding old one in place and unplug two electrical plugs next to it.
Please mark the ignition wire according to each cilinder and it position on distributor cap before removeing the old one. Ignition timing should be adjusted after replacement, good luck
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The spark plugs are numbered starting on the drivers side (1) to the passenger side (4), the distributor rotates clockwise, and the firing order is 1 - 3 - 4 - 2
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
Go to your local library and ask the Librarian to get you on-line to the Automotive Repair Reference Center, and then to the EBSCO database...you will find all of your wiring diagrams there.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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