Question about 1998 Honda Civic
Tire pressure is located on the door jamb at the drivers door on a white label or sometimes in the glove-box or in the trunk under the mat where the spare tire rests if the tires are of spec it is listed upon the tire itself near the rim you will see a series of numbers including tire size however 32-35 psi is almost always the correct pressure
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 honda civic ex sedan
remove rear seat, remove round metal cover, disconnect fuel lines and wires from top of fuel pump, jack up rear of car. remove gas tank straps, lower gas tank with a jack, install is reverse.....if you need to just replace the fuel pump you don't have to remove tank you Can access from under rear seat good luck and please rate -jeff
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
Fod said 26psi. DONT DO IT!!!!! That is ONE of the reasons Ford got in trouble with the tire recall. Ford recomended 26 psi so the TRUCK based Explorer would NOT be so truck like. Firestone DID NOT build the nylon cap in to their Wilderness OEM tires and the combination of the weight of the Vehicle, LACK of construction in the tie and 26psi, caused tire failure and (bozos not knowing how to drive) and a rollover accident. 26 psi is to low. the Explorer will ride soft but unstable in turns and high winds. I'd go minimum of 34 and if your towing GET THE PROPER RATED TIRE!!!!!
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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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
you can use the requested tire size but from a personal opinion i would not use 205/55/15 i would go with 195/55/15 the wider tire (if your car calls for a 14 in) may cause a rub in the front and cause tread wear or even tire loss. and if the car call for a 14 tire, your speedomator may be of by 7-10 mph at a speed of 55 plus
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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