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Honda Civic 2006, have a smashed window. Need to get dashboard air vents out to remove glass. How can I remove without breaking?

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SOURCE: 1995 Honda Civic Hatchback Rear window

It is possible to change this window on your own. But it is a pain in the ***. So im gonna tell you the easiest thing to do is either go to a junkyard and buy the whole hatch which is relatively cheap. Or you can just call any general glass repair shop and they will come fix this for around $125to 200 bucks. If it were me i would go to the salvage yard.

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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SOURCE: How to change the HEPA cabin filter in a 2006 Honda Civic

Open the glove box and there are push out tabs on the left and right side pop them out. Now watch it because you are about to dump the contents of your glove box on the floor. let the box hang freely from the lower hinge and look in the back. You will see a white panel that pulls out the panel has a tray attached with the filter element in it remove old element and replace with new 20ish bucks at the parts store lots more at the dealer. re-install filter tray and reverse your removal steps to re-install. Recommended approx 15k or annually

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a 2006 honda civic ex. My power window

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

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  1. Raise the rear of the vehicle, and support it with safety stands in the proper locations.
  2. Remove the rear wheel.
    1. Position a floor jack at the connecting point of the trailing arm (A) and the knuckle (B). Raise the floor jack until the suspension begins to compress.
    2. Remove the flange bolt (C) from the bottom of the damper. Discard the bolt.
    3. Remove the trunk side trim panel.
    4. Remove the self-locking nut (A) while holding the damper shaft (B) with a hex wrench (C).
      1. Compress the damper unit (A) by hand, and remove it from the vehicle.
      1. Push on the damper as shown.
      2. Compress the damper assembly by hand, and check for smooth operation through a full stroke, both compression and extension. The damper should extend smoothly and constantly when compression is released. If it does not, the gas is leaking and the damper should be replaced.
      3. Check for oil leaks, abnormal noises, or binding during these tests.
      Install the damper mounting bushing (A) onto the damper unit. Position the damper assembly (B) between the body and trailing arm. Be careful not to damage the body

      1. Position a jack under the trailing arm to support the suspension, then install a new damper mounting bolt (A).
      2. Loosely tighten the damper mounting bolt.
      3. Raise the rear suspension with the jack until the vehicle just lifts off the safety stands, then tighten the damper mounting bolt to the specified torque value.
      4. Install the damper mounting bushing (A), the damper mounting washer (B), and a new self-locking nut (C) on the damper shaft.
      5. Tighten the self-locking nut to the specified torque value while holding the damper shaft (A) with a hex wrench (B).
      6. Remove the trunk side trim panel.
      7. Install the rear wheel. NOTE: Before installing the wheel, clean the mating surface of the brake disc or brake drum and the inside of the wheel.
      8. Check the wheel alignment, and adjust it if necessary

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

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SOURCE: unlock code for my 2006 Honda civic radio

I have an '06 Honda Civic. The most common places where the code is found is on the left side of the glove box, in the trunk somewhere along the gasket or underneath where the speakers are, under the fuse box panel, under the ashtray and sometimes under center console lid. I happen to find my in the left side of the glove compartment. The first five digits are the code and under that, you should see and 11 digit code which is your radio serial. So once you have the code if you haven't already, turn on the radio. It will ask you for the code and you punch it in using the number on the buttons you use to change your radio stations. As you punch in numbers "CODE" will start to fill in. Just like the asterisks used in passwords. If you punch it incorrectly, it will say "error 1" or something to that effect. Do not push anything else, just start over by punch in the first number of the code and then the rest. Be careful, if you attempt too many times, the radio will lock itself and you will need to leave the radio on for an hour for it to reset itself. When successful done, the radio will turn back on to the last station you were last on. Hope that helps.

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