Question about 1997 Honda Civic
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
in frt of the center console bolted to the floor i think to get to it you have to pull the center console out the trim piece to the left of the console and the glove box comes out there are two screws on the trim piece that surrounds the radio and heat control pull out the clock and there is a screw to remove the clock stick a small screwdriver under it pull down and the clock should come out gently pul on the trim pull alittle harder at the top the clips grab a little harder there pull out the radio if you have a anti theft radio make sure you have a radio code if you dont have a code write down the serial # on the radio you can call a honda dealer they can run the # and give you the code use the preset buttons to enter the code once you pull out the radio you can see the air bag computer it has torx screws that hold it in the brackett raise the ctr console lid you should see a cover lift it up there are 2 screws the trim around the gear lever pops off pull up on the cup holder remove it th e trim the top of the console puls up the rest of the screws comes out pull out the ctr pocket the rest is self explain
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
The air bag module is located below the center of the dash in front of the center console mounted to the floor.Be sure to disconnect the batt. before removing and not to drop or bang the module.Good luck!John.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
If i understand your question. You hit a curb and now your car will not start. If this is the case. All cars after these days have fuel cut off switches. If you are in an accident the switch trips and shuts off the fuel pump. If you have the ouners manual it will tell you were to find the rest button. If not most of them are in the back of the car in the truck area. Look for a sticker or other info panel most of them are marked. Good Luck!
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
SOURCE: where is the ignition module
I searched under 'ignition module' on autozone.com and 'no parts for ignition module' turned up. Fig. Remove the ignition coil cover (A), disconnect the ignition coil connectors (B), then remove the ignition coils (C)
I looked under DIS or Distributorless Ignition System and found the coils are inserted in the top of the engine and this tells me that it's likely that the ECM or PCM controls the spark on these cars.
Fig. Remove the ignition coil cover (A), disconnect the ignition coil connectors (B), then remove the ignition coils (C)
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
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