Look in the door jambs or fuel filler door - should be a label with tire pressure requirements
your air conpressor might be locking up and causing your engine to shut down
Is there a TITLE to the car? If not, RUN the other way. Ask a policeman to run the VIN.
None directly - that I know off, however, you might try Saab and I know that the V6 is the same thing and that they are the same car pretty much.
I have a similar problem with a 98 civic, did you find the problem?
TIRE SIZE IS 225/60/16 Original tires are GOODYEAR EAGLE GA 97T Rating TIRE SIZE IS 225/60/16 Original tires are GOODYEAR EAGLE GA 97T Rating
what kind of power wire?(a power wire for an amp maybe) what kind of power wire?(a power wire for an amp maybe)
hello there are two different mfg,s. Hadsys or Sanden check your compressor. 1994 - 1995 civic and del sol only fit. Jim Toms Foreign Autoparts
you take the key out and then slap yourself in the face with a heavy object like, a cynder block for being so stupid.You sir, would have to follow suit for not reading the question. However, you should take your Buick to someone who actually knows what they are doing, AKA a mechanic, rather then ...
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Diagrams help ensure that the parts being changed are changed properly. The diagram for the vacuum lines in this car can be seen in the cars maintenance manual.
Squeak or whine? Possible that your clutch is going out.
Honda Civic Car Stereo Antenna Removal and Installation Car Stereo Repair Home | Car Stereo Removal | BOSE repair | FAQ | Shipping | Top 10 | About UsBroken antenna mast ! 1) Remove two screws securing antenna mast base to roof. 1) See car stereo removal instructions for removal of left dash pane...
Because the fluid is hot and it is under high pressure.
You probably have 2 O2 sensors, one on top (visible when you pop the hood) and the other underneath, attached to your header(the 4 tubes connected to your engine)
No, they can be replaced with the engine in the vehicle, but it is not an easy repair.
Change your spark plugs.Check for compression.Check for a seized piston.
The fan is electric and is controlled by a thermoswitch in the radiator. When you turn the engine off the fan keeps running to prevent boilover until the coolant in the radiator cools off. Then it should switch off automatically. If it does not either the radiator thermoswitch or the fan motor re...
yes even greater chance if you use the e brake
The converter will cost from $275 to $325 depending on where you buy it. Labor to remove the old one and install a new one will be around $100.
Firstly, like any other car, confirm that the idle speed is reasonable. Then, check engine and transmission mounts as you would on any car. Then, this being a taurus, check the cradle (subframe) mounts. The cradle mounts on these cars tend to go bad very frequently and cause a strong thump going ...
The following information was gathered from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airbag ======= Airbags are designed to deploy in frontal and near-frontal collisions more severe than a threshold defined by the regulations governing vehicle construction in whatever particular market the vehicle is intend...
that means you have a short somewhere in the car
air trapped in your coolant system. take the radiator or coolant recovery tank cap off if you don't have a radiator cap. Take it off when the engine is cold. Start and run the engine at idle with the cap off. Keep adding coolant if you see the level go down. Continue to do this until no longer se...
OlDeSTcheck radiator from top to bottom maybe a crack some where in their, well atleast that what happened to my civic
there are a few things that need to be done to do this. first you need to make sure you have the correct shift linkage. secondly you will need to find out if your car has a hydro or cable tranny and what tranny is on the b series motor you are getting and make sure they are the same. most b serie...
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem and have codes cleared
The problem is in the on/off/delay switch. Its very common for this to happen. If you are mechanically minded, you can fix it your self. Usually where the switch rotates and makes contact to work the delay either gets dusty and no contact is made or the plastic body breaks off inside and the inne...
The repair depends on where it is leaking oil. As you didn't list the location it is impossible to give an answer. The repair depends on where it is leaking oil. As you didn't list the location it is impossible to give an answer.The repair depends on where it is leaking oil. As you didn't list t...
first off how cold does it get there the way i do this is to get a compound first (Turtle Wax)or (Mothers) are a few that does a fine job were i live the compound does not freeze so I used that first and then use a paste polish if you compound the car first you may not have to wash it at least I ...
http://www.audiworld.com/tech/misc13.shtmlSummary:You will need BOTH of your "switchblade" keys to reprogram one or both of them.# # Take the key you DO NOT want to program and put it in the ignition. Turn it one click forward. # Close and lock the drivers door with the second key. # On the secon...
Hey Donna==You need to pull the trim off of the door and see what has gone wrong with the linkage. Sometimes the trim is very hard to pull off and there are hidden screws.You might see if a manual at Auto Zone has the removal of door trim in it. GoodluckJoe
YOU SEND IT TO A AUTO MOBILE STORE OR CAR SHOP AN DTELL THEM WHAT THE PROBLEM IS.
The remote wire coming out of your car stereo constantly sends a low voltage signal while the stereo is turned on. This is to signal external components such as amplifiers or power antenae to activate. If you don't have these items, the remote wire should be taped off as to not ground out on anyt...
Press and hold the volume knob until the screen reads "set clock-adj"> press the DSPL button at the far right of the face> use the volume knob to adjust the hour> press the DSPL button to advance to the minute selection> once again use the volume knob to select the correct minute >...
honda's vtech was originally designed for their engines to keep their great fuel economy, while giving extra power at higher rpm's. when the vtech is activated, oil pressure within the head increases to add a larger stroke to lobes on the cams, therefore letting more air in and out of the engine.
It is on because there is a problem with the SRS (Air Bag). Due to the danger in working with the SRS, this is not a DIY repair. Take it to a professional.It is on because there is a problem with the SRS (Air Bag). Due to the danger in working with the SRS, this is not a DIY repair. Take it to a ...
The key has to be programmed at the dealership (usually $40-$80) using a cloning device that clones over your specific rolling code RF for your car. It is usually duplicated with an original key. The above is to start the car (ignition lockout), but if you are looking to just program the remote, ...
The simple answer to this question is a "Yes." It can be done with a few extra parts from the donor car. The ECU (Engine Control Unit) must be replaced with one from the donor car, and a wire must be run from the ECU to the VTEC solenoid on the new (replacement) motor.There are many resources on ...
Yes, because it will cause your fan to not work at all therefore cause the overheating.
Automatic transmissions have separate forward & reverse clutches. Your forward clutch is likely failed - burned out, etc. I had a similar failure on an Olds Cutlass many years ago. Got the car home by driving backwards for about four blocks (not recommended!).
Something must have broke. It shouldn't get stuck. Maybe locate a used one from a junk yard.
you only need two bulbs as each bulb has high and low.
Non- leather racing seats.(Source I owned one. look very good.
heater control cable not adjusted properly?
The EX and Si models have under hood insulation and the other models do not.
sounds like your linkage is dry it needs lubedif you park on an incline the weight of the car loads up the parking pawl in the tranny and holds it fast suggest using your hand brake before putting tranny in park
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You might want to double check, but GM was using "Header-Like" exhaust manifolds from the factory. If that's the case, you won't get much improvement by putting on headers.
There are certain strict procedures that an automobile repossessor must follow when he is repossessing your car. The repossessor must notify the police that such vehicle is being repossessed, you did before or after the repossession has occurred. In either case, the police should know right away ...
If parking brake is operated through service brake--then piston is threaded into caliper body--special tool is needed (not expensive) available at Sears or auto parts
it could be the speed sensor or bad cluster. the speed sensor is around $100 at your local parts store.
In a fuel injected car, the oxygen sensor would adjust for any lean condition. More fuel is generally needed for cold air conditions.
8th generation Civics (2006-up) have timing chains. Timing chains are more durable than timing belts. Unless there is a problem timing chains never get replaced; timing belts need replacing every 60,000 miles .
Headlamps originally designed, built, tested, and certified as HID headlamps are legal in all 50 states. So-called "HID kits" to convert halogen headlamps are widely available, but they are (all) illegal and dangerous; halogen headlamps must use halogen bulbs.
Check oil pressure first to make sure its o/k. If o/k see if the oil pressure switch is plugged or defective.
Generally 4 wires: red= switched positive( positive only when car is on), black= ground, generally yellow= tap into a dashlight, generally green = negative on coil.
possably a leak in the vacumum hose going to the brake booster. i'd spray startind fluid around the vac. hose til i heard to engine idle up. then the leak is in that erea.
this is a slightly vague question, but i will try to answer. check the front brakes. check the hubbearing. check cv axle, make sure axle nut is not loose.
If your not familiar with automotive brake repair basics, at least purchase a shop repair manual for that vehicle and have a mechanic check your work.
When making changes to the brake system, a diagram will help make sure everything is done correctly and safely. A brake system diagram for a 1998 Honda Civic can be found in its maintenance manual.
It is not necessarily a bad thing. It however will not be very cost effective on a daily driver. The benefits will be negligible.
My recommendation is every 5,000 miles change the oil & filter.
Sounds like your clutch is worn out. Listen to the car and see if the engine revs up when you do this. If so, your clutch is slipping and you need a new one.it also could be your cap and rotor going out if you are gunna replace these might as well spend a few extra bucks on plugs and wires
on my 87 Si the horns were accessable by removing the metal splash pan located under the car behind the front bumper 10 mm bolts one horn is on each side must be done from under car very easy once cover is removed
happened with my dads auto transmission.. it was shot and it wouldn't shift out of the 1st automatic gear, hence, not being able to accelerate over 20/ It could also be a tranmission tourque converter failing. Also could be a broken gear inside the tranny, which will not engage no matter what. I ...
Engine overheating, white smoke from the tailpipe, coolant in the oil, air bubbling from radiator with cap off engine cold and running. A compression test will verify if indeed the gasket is blown.
Possible bad or clogged EGR Valve. It might also be a bad Map sensor.