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  2. J yuosf

    '18 Civic Engine

    I have a Civic X18 model which I would like to edit with a bodycon. Please tell me how I can finish 2. Credit: Best Commercial Vacuum
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  6. I have a 1990 civic ef with a D15B2 and it’s converted to a MPFI, 5 speed Manuel. and it drove fine for a few months then started to give me starting problems. I first changed the spark plugs, and main relay, it ran for a bit then wouldn’t start, then I replaced the distributor core, it ran for a bit then it didn’t start, then replaced the fuel pump, it ran then didn’t start after a couple of months, and then I by passed the clutch switch cause the plastic piece broke off, it ran for a bit then wouldn’t start again, and then the starter went out and I replaced it with a new one and it had power and would crank but wouldn’t turn over, and then after a day or two of just sitting, it started right up and drove fine for a few weeks, but now when i turn the key I can hear the fuel pump prime and main relay click and it has power but no crank. It’ll start after trying a couple of times but i really want to know what’s causing it to not start sometimes. And I also checked the timing and it was good. The battery is only a year old and has good connection, and the voltage is reading about 14.3 so I know the alternator is good. Checked the ground wire and it’s clean and has good connection. So im not sure what the problem could be. Any ideas? Thank you!
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  8. I have a 1989 Honda Civic, I am trying to replace the starter but the bolts are seized and rounded, any way to get them out without taking it to a shop? Pretty much tried everything but heat (don't have anything to heat it up) and cutting it (nothing to cut with)
  9. When I turn on my car and want to use my phone, I get this error message. After 6 months it still will not clear. I have tried to disconnect the battery from the car, and tried resetting the stereo back to factory through the navigation, and still no help. It could be that I did the reset wrong, because it only reset the Navigation and not the Bluetooth portion of the stereo, and that seems to be where I need the reset to happen. Thank you in advance if you know how to solve this, and see picture below for a more accurate description of what is not going away. This is for a Honda Civis Hybrid 2013 Navigation Stereo.
  10. When my car loads up and I want to use my phone I hit the phone button on the right side. When I do this I get this message. I have tried disconnecting the battery from the car, and I have tried resetting the stereo, but it looks like I only reset the navigation and not the stereo it self. How can I fix this so the error message goes away. No matter what I do, the error message is still there even if the phone is no where near it. It says Now Loading... Please Wait. It has been there for over 6 months now and I can't seem to find a way to reset it. Please help if you can. Thank you in advance.
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  12. This is my wife’s car for around town, it has been driving great up till now. I did the head gasket last winter and it surged a bit after that but it was bubbles in the coolant. This time the coolant was down and I filled it and purged the air etc but it’s still surging and undrivable. No steam from the tailpipe or bubbles in the coolant so I am assuming the head gasket is still good. Anyone have the same problem? This car has 250,000 miles on it so far.
  13. Forget the BS pressing tabs or other rigamarole to remove the stops. Just forcibly pry it loose with a long flat-blade screwdriver on the tab end closest to the opening on the inside of the glovebox. On a 16 year old car they're stuck tight, but reinstall easily
  14. I've read procedures & watched various videos. I can't slide the stops. If I press with all my might on the tab from the outside, something will break. If I push/slide or hammer the tab on the inside, something will break. It surely is too tight to twiddle with fingers, but tools appear to be a recipe for disaster.
  15. I agree with you and i have used locksmith houston near me to get the master key that can help unlocking the door.
  16. i have civic X 18 model i want to modify with body kit please let me know how can i 2 exhaust. Credit: Catmouse Apk
  17. Very nice offer, I reached out to them via chat late last night.
  18. Oil got into my coolant reservoir not sure yet if it’s the heads gaskets considering theyre mls so they shouldn’t leak technically or if it’s the heads that cracked or possibly the block
  19. Hello, great question, here are some things you can do 1. Change the oil to a high performance synthetic 2. Always check fluid levels every month or so 3. Look to see at what mileage you need to change transmission, coolant, brake fluid, power steering 4. Drive it with kindness, not harshly 5. Put the proper gasoline in it, if it requires 87 octane, do not put 89 and vice versa 6. When taking it to a mechanic, have them check out everything/do an inspection at least each year. Hope this is useful, if you want top fluids you can find them here, you did not mention if you have a 1.5 or a 2.0 engine in your 2020 Civic. If you have a 1.5 use this link for the proper oil and capacity in quarts: https://www.searchforparts.com/oil-change/honda-2020-civic-1.5l-l15b7-turbo if you have a 2.0 then here are the fluids and products for your civic https://www.searchforparts.com/oil-change/honda-2020-civic-2.0l-k20c2
  20. EricInAZ

    Overheating

    Radiator was about 2 quarts low, and a refill solved the overheating problem. Temp is stable, so I guess it's not necessary for the fan to run to cooldown after ignition is off.
  21. EricInAZ

    Vapor Lock?

    After driving around in the 107º afternoon temp, I parked while the temp gauge was maxed out. Returning a few minutes later, the gauge was back to the normal 1/2 way mark, but the car would crank & only sputter a little. I'm guessing this was vaporlock, which I thought was a problem from a bygone era of older carbuerated cars. This is the first time this has happened on any of my vehicles for around 20 years - the 05 Civic is a recent purchase as a project car/daily driver. Itc happened again later while I was getting cash at the Bank drive-thru. In each instance, letting it sit foe=r about 15 minutes. Is this normal or a well known problem??
  22. EricInAZ

    Overheating

    Put more highway miles into the Italian tune up today. Temp gauge was planted just below 1/2 way, until ... I got into stop & go surface street driving, then parked at a fast food joint. Temp went up to the Max - top of the gauge. Seems that the radiator fan runs only when the ignition is on. is this normal for a Civic? My other vehicles' fans run when I park & walk away with the ignition off & key in my pocket.
  23. Bought a junk 2005 Civic EX Special Edition. I guess "Special" means that it has a sunroof & ABS Braking. Although the 1.7l. is the same engine used on all the 2005 Civics, I'd read somewhere it has 158 HP - the other models are all around 127 HP. Depending on what i've read, HP is either 127 pr 158. It seems nobody knows for sure. For an old scrap car it's amazingly peppy, after oil change, new air filter and an Italian Tune-Up. Anyone know for certain what the actual HP is?
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  25. Master of PC is trying to access car devices kits so that people can add pc softwares in cars to run them in emergency mode. For example if any body wants to use ms word in emergency can get chance to work.
  26. Hey! I want to add idm kuyhaa idm for my car kit. Help me out in fixing this.
  27. My friend told me he recently bypassed his Honda Civic AC compressor after it went bad, and now mine has just died too. He's offered to help and look up some things for me, but he's busy and in the meantime I wish to better understand how this goes. I am including below some information to help illustrate what I'm considering doing. Please let me know if there is anything I can add that will help further. Attached is a video of the problem and my friend suggesting what he did recently to his own Civic. Here is a video of this being done on a Honda CRV. The CRV belt used in the video (not the right size for my Civic) Below is a diagram of how I might do this. Notes from various mechanics I spoke with: Part number is measurement 5K equals ridges and then number the whole length of the belt Can go down in number by one ridge 5-15mm leeway with belt Is my car a Manual tensioner or automatic? Note: usually manual is easier, and has more leeway (like 30mm) Make sure if you use a smaller belt like a 6 rib, you leave your open rib the same all the way around so that the belt is not running funny. Here is my car info.
  28. 09 CRV VSA & 83-1/Permanent DTC Code..Traveling on a curve in the road the engine & VSA light came on.Checked for codes and found:> P264/$1 8D, AF111 .... A Rocker Arm Actuator System Stuck On Bank 1> 83-1/Permanent DTC .... FSM62It now shudders occasional on accelerating in low gears.Any ideas on what it could be would be appreciated.
  29. My friend told me he recently bypassed his Honda Civic AC compressor after it went bad, and now mine has just died too. He's offered to help and look up some things for me, but he's busy and in the meantime I wish to better understand how this goes. I am including below some information to help illustrate what I'm considering doing. Please let me know if there is anything I can add that will help further. Here is my car info. Here is a video of of my friend inspecting my Civic, suggesting I do what he did recently to his own Civic: IMG_1810.mov Here is a video of this being done on a Honda CRV. The CRV belt used in the video (not the right size for my Civic) Below is a diagram of how I might do this. Notes from various mechanics I spoke with: Part number is measurement 5K equals ridges and then number the whole length of the belt Can go down in number by one ridge 5-15mm leeway with belt Is my car a Manual tensioner or automatic? Note: usually manual is easier, and has more leeway (like 30mm) Make sure if you use a smaller belt like a 6 rib, you leave your open rib the same all the way around so that the belt is not running funny.
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