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1.6L Engines Firing order: 1-3-4-2 Distributor rotation: Clockwise.


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1997 Honda Civic | Answered 3 days ago

Usually on these it's the distributor assembly or the ignition switch.

1997 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 22, 2018

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1997 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 20, 2018

Have the rear brakes inspected ASAP.

1997 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 01, 2018

Best will be to remove the lock and take it to locksmith to cut a new key

1997 Honda Civic | Answered on Feb 11, 2018

O2 heater core failed wiring problem or the sensor heater has gone. or below sensor reading.

1997 Honda Civic | Answered on Feb 06, 2018

What are the high voltage error codes specifically?

1997 Honda Civic | Answered on Jan 10, 2018

Remove the center console from the interior of the vehicle using the screwdriver. Remove the gear shift knob and disconnect the heat switch connectors (which should just pull out of the switches); front power accessory port and rear power accessory port (which should just pull out of the socket connectors); and illumination power cables (which should simply un-clamp by hand with squeeze connectors).
Remove the lower dashboard panels, driver glove box and center storage pocket using the screwdriver.
Carefully remove the airbag assembly from the steering wheel and the passenger side. The airbags are held in place with spring clamps, which will pop open with mild pressure. Be careful to not apply too much pressure--even a discharged airbag may still deploy if too much shock is applied.
Separate the steering column assembly from the dashboard unit by moving the column to the fully up position. Use a piece of heavy tape to secure the shaft sliding cover onto the steering column while it is removed.
Remove the hoses by opening the spring hose clamps using the vise grips. Remove all remaining wires. Remove the harnesses and retainer bolts using the Phillips screwdriver. Remove the connectors, air bag control computer and center lower covers by squeezing open the hand squeeze clamps. (This may require the assistance of another person.)
Lift the dashboard out slowly and remove it from the vehicle by sliding it out of one of the doors.

1997 Honda Civic | Answered on Dec 19, 2017

Sounds like the water pump seal is gone, there is a small hole under the pump just check if the fluid is coming from there...

1997 Honda Civic | Answered on Nov 18, 2017

Just check the transmission fluid-if low you have to add until it is full-do not overfill though. Better to have it just a bit low than overfilling it.
In park, can you accelerate to 2500-3000 rpm, and hold steady with no shaking or indications of a miss? If it runs good in park or neutral, then you probably have transmission problems. Frankly, it is pretty rare for a torque converter to develop a problem. Check your fluid, or try changing the fluid if it is dark or dirty looking.

1997 Honda Civic | Answered on Nov 04, 2017

check if charging battery enough ie alternator look up code online

1997 Honda Civic | Answered on Oct 25, 2017

NOS is Nitros Oxide or Laughing gas. Basically it is like pumping very cold oxygen into your motor which makes the petrol burn much faster ,hotter and cleaner . This delivers close to 90% of the power from your fuel instead of the usual 60%
This puts a HUGE load on pistons, conrods ,bearings and your transmission.
If you buy a nitrous kit for your car, all the relevant plumbing etc should be included , however I would suggest you talk to your local speed shop and engine rebuilder as to what mods you should do to your specific engine.
Personally I would buy a spare engine to play with , then, when it explodes you can put the old one back in while you are rebuilding your silly motor.
Endless fun and a great way to spend your money.

1997 Honda Civic | Answered on Oct 14, 2017

Check for vacuum leaks. Fill a spray bottle with a few drops of d/w liquid and the rest with water. Start and run the engine. Spray around all vacuum lines and areas to where hoses may be going. If the engine r.p.m. increases, that's where your vacuum leak is. Stay away from electrical.

1997 Honda Civic | Answered on Jul 22, 2017

Applying the brakes drops the cruise control function. Check for bad brake pedal interlock switch.

1997 Honda Civic | Answered on May 29, 2017

the problem can be faulty sensors but I suspect that it is a wiring or connection problem that is causing the problem
prices are from a honda spares department and labor costs vary between shops so get qiotes and stay with accredited shops or you might get ripped

1997 Honda Civic | Answered on May 22, 2017

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