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Are 00 Honda civic tail lights compatible with 99 Honda civic.

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As long as it is the same body style (ex. 2 door) they will interchange from 98-00

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SOURCE: replacing tail lights and brake light component on a honda civic

Most cars tail lights are atached by a couple of nuts from inside the trunk. you will have to peel back the carpet , or remove plastic cover panel if there is one.

Posted on May 09, 2009

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SOURCE: tail lights stay on when car is off

Check this 1st.With the car running,turn on the headlights.If the taillight gets brighter,it's the brakelight that is staying on.Turn the headlights off to see if that then makes it less bright.If so.try lifting the brake pedal up.If the taillights go out,it is the brakelight sensor switch that is hooked up to the brake pedal.This is a small pushswitch,located at the top of the brake pedal in the inside of the car.It will have 2 wires connected to it.It either needs adjusting or is faulty.Hope this helps

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: 1991 Honda Civic DX.The rear tail lights are

Herbie, sorry by my English. It is very simple to solve :):) of course after I breaking my head. That's the explanation and solution:
1 - When we pressing the brake pedals in our mind it looks we are pressing a switch which cut the "contact". In really is the opposite! Everytime we pressing the pedal we are realeasing (or making free) a light switch and making contact. It means everytime you do not pressing the pedal the pedal is cutting the light contact.
2 - Go down the steering whell area and look the brake pedal. You will see that there is and bolt/nut threated at brake pedal stopper. Look the brake pedal and you will se there is an empty hole. On that hole should to be a white plastic peace which looks like an arrow. That peace it has to be assembled for behind the pedal and the "arrow" may be touching the bolt/nut.
3 - The reason why you light it stay on is because the lack of the white peace it makes de metal do not touching the bolt/nut area. This gap it turns the lights on.
I only found the peace at Honda Dealer and is cheap if you considering the problem but it is expensive if you considering how simple and small it is.
Hope this can help and solve your problem.
J.Jorge
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Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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SOURCE: My 99 Honda Civic won't start.

hi from uk first ?battery may be flat ?? or you may have fault on battery connections ?? check these if ok ? have some one check if the headlights go dim /of as you operate starter? if they do not then your next thing to check is the actual starter motor connections they must be clean/secure also make sure the thinner wire that connects to the starter solenoid (this is the starter energizer that you operate as you turn to key start position ) is also secure ? check also the earth lead from battery is secure to the engine ? you could try jump leads ? one other possibility is the starter may be stuck ? try tapping it firmly with a suitable implement/hammer ? would appreciate update if you manage to start ?

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the the wiper motor on a 99 honda civic

Back of engine bay and base of the windsreen you will see some plasic covers known as scuttle panels, you may have to remove the wiper arms first (10mm M6 nut under the Black circle cap on each arm)
The motor will be the size of a coke can with Silver linkage bars going to it

Posted on Nov 29, 2009

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