20 Most Recent 2004 Honda Civic Questions & Answers

no, you just need to ONLY replace the cylinder and if the new key has a chip in it get a copy made and use that one with your old master key held next to it to start the car.

2004 Honda Civic | Answered on Jan 28, 2019

the fuel cut off switch is located behind the center console on rh vehicles,right behind the ashtray.

2004 Honda Civic | Answered on Dec 10, 2018

sounds like corrosion is set on your locks

undo door panel and check if it is corroded
lubricant could help, if not it has to be replaced

2004 Honda Civic | Answered on Jul 30, 2018

remove the battery terminal to clear the radio, then reinstall the cable, with the key on and the radio off hold down buttons #1 and #6 while turning the radio on, this will give u the serial # of the radio and u can give it to any dealership and they can give u the 5 digit radio code, If they wont just give it to me and I can help you.

2004 Honda Civic | Answered on May 24, 2018

They were paid to repair your vehicle, take it back and have them complete the repair.

2004 Honda Civic | Answered on Dec 23, 2017

First off obtain the shop manual for your model. It will give you steps and photos on how to fix almost anything on your vehicle.
A good shop manual will save you thousands in parts and time.

2004 Honda Civic | Answered on Nov 19, 2017

Check the manual for flashing key.You can also google the question and go to a Civic forum

2004 Honda Civic | Answered on Nov 02, 2017

Hi have you checked the brake fluid level ?

2004 Honda Civic | Answered on Oct 07, 2017

First things I would look at is,did they put 10w30 oil in and not 5w20 or 0w20,it makes a difference in mileage (if they run out of the correct viscosity oil they WILL put in what they have).
Did the service include a spark plug change?Is the spark plug gap correct?
Did they do a brake service?Is a brake dragging,a little to tight?Did they clean the throttle body?Maybe the engine was running a little lean before and now is at the proper fuel mixture,with less MPGs but running clean at the exhaust.
Weather conditions?Head winds and colder temps reduce MPG.

2004 Honda Civic | Answered on May 27, 2017

DTC P1433 Battery Module Deterioration, need to replace the battery module. Info from HDS more info... [email protected]

2004 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 20, 2017

not normally as it is in the timing cover case or behind the bottom sprocket or drive pullet for the timing belt
if it is a rear main seal it will require the transmission removal as well as the flywheel /torque converter
you were not specific as to which oil seal required replacing.
best get a workshop manual as that book shows the procedure to replace seals

2004 Honda Civic | Answered on Jan 04, 2017

I think it is only a battery problem. Normally this happens rarely but i think it is a defected battery.

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2004 Honda Civic | Answered on Nov 04, 2016

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