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airjordan223

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  1. :spam: :spam: :spam: :spam: :spam: This is considered SPAM and is not allowed! This topic somehow was magically locked. :sorcerer:
  2. great choice, love the black grill on the 5 doors.
  3. Most of those sensors are in the windshield behind the rearview mirror. Spraying your windshield washer should take care of it.
  4. Pretty sure there is a filter there that should be replaced with the fluid. However, I would not trust a jiffy lube to do the job. Who knows what type of fluid theyre putting back in. If you don't want to do it yourself, how much was it to have done at the dealer?
  5. :spam: :spam: :spam: :spam: :spam: This is considered SPAM and is not allowed! This topic somehow was magically locked. :sorcerer:
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  7. Does it make the noise at idle if you rev the engine, or just under load? Check your belts first.
  8. That definitely sounds like a safety defect, and Honda should take care of it free of charge. I'm fairly certain they warranty their seatbelts for life. I would suggest you contact a different Honda dealer about your situation. If this is the stock seat, nothing has been modified, and you were not involved in a crash, Honda should replace it no questions.
  9. How did it rip? The dealer might replace for free. You should be able to find some at a pick and pull or similar place.
  10. Cheapest option will be to get used from a local junk yard. Search your zip code for the closest pick and pull. Also look at Rock Auto, my friend just got a hood, fender, and headlight for a couple hundred.
  11. Chains probably aren't necessary. How much snow do you get? The car probably comes with all seasons which should be fine, but you can always get some steelies with a set of blizzaks if you get a lot of snow.
  12. I believe on the 04 civics the upstream sensor is a wideband (AFR) and the downstream is a narrowband (O2). If you need to replace the upstream, then yeah you need the AFR sensor. Here is the OEM part number and diagram. http://www.hondapartsnow.com/genuine/honda~sensor~air~fuel~ratio~36531-PLR-003.html
  13. There are several things that it could be. Check these out. http://www.ozhonda.com/forum/showthread.php?139420-all-in-one-del-sol-leakage-fix-up
  14. Start your research here http://www.hondaforums.com/topic/13909-turbo-necessities/ There's several links in the comments well.
  15. What has you set at 500hp? Are you building this for a drag car?
  16. From what you're saying the battery dies overnight, but also while driving? If it starts to die while driving it means the alternator isn't charging it. If the alternator was replaced, check all your wiring and grounds. As for the over night part, you could get a voltmeter and check all of your fuses with the car off, see what is pulling voltage.
  17. Can't you just reconnect the wire? If not, you should be able to get one at a junk yard or pick and pull pretty easily. Or if you want new try Majestic Honda.
  18. Is there an aftermarket alarm installed?
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