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Do u have to pull engine and Trans on 2002 Honda civic to replace engine?

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No you don't if it's automatic. If it's a stick shift you can as well it's easier to pull the trans and motor together

Posted on May 29, 2015

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SOURCE: My Honda Civic with an automatic trans. rolls backwards on hills

Its the parking pal in the transmission that's bad but let me ask something was the car in drive when this happen? if so then it's normal but if it was in park then it's not normal. The parking pal in the transmission is bad. Have a nice day

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SOURCE: 2002 honda civic wiring diagram

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SOURCE: i need to know the timing marks for a 2002 honda

There are 4 marks on the crank pulley. When standing on the driver side of the car looking down on the pulley, the mark farthest to the right is the mark for TDC (Top Dead Center). The three marks on the left are for the spark timing. Of these three the mark in the center should align with the arrows/triangles on the timing belt cover when the engine is running and a timing light is shining on the crank pulley. The outer two marks represent Honda's tolerances for the ignition timing. As you look at the cam pulley the correct mark is at 7 o'clock with the two other marks at 3 & 9 o'clock positions. make sure you have correc timing, honda have "O" tolerance when it come to piston and the valves meets. or stop by any auto part store they should have Hane's auto repair manuel for 20.00 buck, worth all the money with proper instruction including picture, great investment to have for the future repair. spend little money to make sure you do the right job. good luck!!

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SOURCE: how to replace seat belt buckle on Honda? civic

This rtequires seat removal in order to gain acces to the buck side mounting bolt

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SOURCE: honda civic wont start because of the alarm

did you try the main relay which is next to the fuel pump relay ..(the brown relay next to the blue(fuel pump relay) behind the glove box they are known to go as well and also i think the fuel pump relay feeds power of the main relay.

Posted on Mar 23, 2010

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