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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Find the main fuse and check it. It's either got a corroded connection or it is 'blown'. If the fuse turns out to be okay - then check for battery voltage at the fuse (between the fuse and the chassis) with the key turned on. No voltage at the fuse means you've got a faulty ignition switch, a bad harness ground connection - or other harness connection(s) that are corroded or unpluged.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
there is a timing mark on the timing cover that lines up with the mark on the crank pulley (i believe the mark is above the white dot on the crank) then on the 2 gears up top, there are lines that should line up horizontally with the top of the timing cover.
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
SOURCE: 2001 honda civic ex stereo
Sorry, I don't have the right diagram, but I will walk you thru finding the color code.
Connect a test light or voltmeter to ground and probe each terminal with the key off.
The one that has power is called hot and is used to maintain your station presets.
Turn the key on, and you will find another terminal. That is the accessory wire that powers the radio.
Next, hook the test clip to the hot terminal and probe the terminals again. The wire that yields a voltage will be the ground--It's probably black
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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