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I need to change one of the engine valves on honda civic 96. where can I find Engine Diagram and manual to do that

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I uploaded a copy of the factory service manual to mediafire for you. 95-97 honda civic service manual

but as j55guy said "But thats not a job the average person can do."

i would suggest pulling the head and taking to a machine shop. they can make sure the valve is seated properly and will also check for any other problem like

  • warped head
  • bad valve guides/seals
  • damaged valve seats
  • etc...

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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