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CHECK BALL LOCOTION VALVE BODY 2001 HONDA CIVIC WITH BMXA TRANSAXLE

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What are the internal torque specs in bmxa transmission?


really on what part. or do you mean how much torque does it make

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Transmission problem


sounds like a linkage problem, stuck in drive. look for a cable going to the transmission and see if moving the shift selector moves the cable gong into the tranny, may work best to have a friend help so you can feel the cable. either that or well.. lets just hope it is the linkage that is causing this problem

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2001 Honda Civic won't accelerate past 25mph


Check the:
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How do I replace the front wheel bearing in a 2001 Honda Civic? What special tools are required?


The Civic is a front wheel drive car: It does not have a bearing on the front wheels. Your car is equipped with a transaxle and drive axles that go into the transaxle. There are two CV (constant velocity) joints on each axle: an inner and an outer joint. If you want to pull the hub off of the drive axle or pull the drive axles, you will have to do a lot of other things first. If you still want the pull the hub, respond and I'll tell you how. It is an involved process and I don't want to waste your time with details that are not necessary.

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2002 Honda Civic LX Front Lower Ball Joint Removal/Install.


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Are 2005 honda civic body parts interchangeable?


yes. 2001 to 2005 is the same body.

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