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Re: i990 honda civic
Theres alot of things that can cause this condition one is( TPS ) second is (IAC) idle air control valve wich can cause surging problems your pulling #14 code check for broken or cracked vacuum lines listen for hissing this wont show as a code unless a scanners hooked up so you can watch the increases and decreases on the engine
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MY CIVIC HAD THIS PROBLEM IT WAS IN THE TAC RUBBER AND BABY OIL TO THE RUBBER AND CANGE THE ROLLORS ON THE TRAC ALL MINE HAD TO BE CHANGED AND CHECK THE PLASTIC ON THE BOTTON OF THE GLASS IF BROKEN U CAN BUY THEM AT NAPA
Check fuses, Get a tester and see if you actually get power to the lights. If you do get power and the lights don't work anyway then it is likely the light switch located on the steering column( has blinker, and light switch together). common Nissan problem.
On the firewall underneath the vacuum control box. Thats just to the left of the throttle body, behind the black air intake hose.
The website below shows how to find and change the fuel filter on a 93 Honda Accord:
Basic socket and wrench set, metric of course. Screw drivers, pliers, etc. You'll need a 32mm socket to remove the large bolt at the end of the cv axle with a breaker bar. This bolt is usually pretty tight. I use an engine hoist and chain to top of trans. and lower it down. It saves your back. You'll have to remove both axles. Be sure you have a 6 in and 3 in 3/8 adapters for your sockets. This will make life easier too.