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Honda Civic, Honda Civic del Sol, Honda Civic CRX, Coupe, Hatchback, Sedan
#4291 of 5207 1994 honda civic blowing carbon bad
Oct 19, 2005 (6:24 pm)
i have a 1994 honda civic 4 cylinder which will not run i can get it to run but then the fuel injectors seem to be stuck or something because it causes the fuel to flood the motor i have replaced the oxygen sensor,fuel pressure regulator,and mass air sensor if someone knows anything about this i would like to here your comments i have been trying to figure this out for almost 6 months
#4292 of 5207 Re: MY 2004 HONDA CIVIC EX COUPE [thehuac]
Oct 19, 2005 (8:27 pm)
On the 05 Civic, I think it is 90,000 miles. If that is not correct, I will repost the correct one when I get the book and look it up.
#4293 of 5207 problem with 2005 honda civic
Oct 20, 2005 (5:13 am)
i am glad i found this forum. i got a brand new 2005 honda civic. i have put in less than 9000 miles. now i got a emission control light showed up. i checked the oil and coolant since my previous honda accord used to eat up my coolant. the coolant is gone/dried. is this normal? i asked the dealership before i bought the car and he said that he hasnt heard anything about the new civic that would do that. can anyone help me why my emission control light is on?
#4294 of 5207 Re: problem with 2005 honda civic [lum]
Oct 20, 2005 (5:46 am)
Your car is still under warranty. Take it to the dealership and they will be able to tell you what the problem is, and fix it free of charge.
#4295 of 5207 Re: 2001 Honda Civic transmission [djm2]
Oct 20, 2005 (6:00 am)
In the 60,000 miles that you owned your Honda Civic, did you ever have the transmission fluid changed? If the answer to this question is "yes", did you replace the fluid with factory fluid or after market fluid?
There have a few instances of automatic transmission failures on 7th generation Civics (2001 - 2005). As the owner of a 2005 Civic EX, I am very interested in knowing WHY they failed. The question above was never answered by "mmurua", so I'd like to have anyone else who's automatic transmission has failed to answer the same questions. Your input would be greatly appreciated.
#4296 of 5207 Re: 2001 Honda Civic transmission [sam47]
Oct 21, 2005 (9:10 am)
I am glad the info I provided on this forum helped someone. Did Honda Corp offer to pay for your transmission? I was very fortunate that Honda decided to pay for my transmission. I saved myself over $3000!!! I was responsible for the Labor which was $330, which I will pay anyday instead of $3300 + tax for a transmission!! I just got a call back today from the dealer to pick up my car, but now they are telling me my engine light is on and they would charge me a $99 to do a pinpoint test (just for the test) . This is so odd?? When I dropped off my car the engine light was not on, and I would assure you they would of mentioned it to me when I dropped off the car? I think some dealers are just our to get more money off you!! I called Corporate again and left a message regarding this suituation. Waiting for a call back.
#4297 of 5207 Re: 2001 Honda Civic transmission [civicex05]
Oct 21, 2005 (9:15 am)
Yes, it was changed around 40,000 miles, since I was out of my warranty I had the fluid change outside of the Honda Dealer. I still think a 01 Honda Civic at 60,000 miles transmission should not be blowing out!! If this is the case I should of but a Hundai for $5,000 less with a 10 year warranty! I trusted Honda and that is why I chose to have a higher premium, I would never expected to have this problem with a Honda at 60,000 miles. At the end, I am satisfied that I did choose Honda as oppose to a Hundai since Corporate decided to pay for the entire cost of the transmission. I know another dealer would not have done nothing for me, especially since I was out of my warranty....
#4298 of 5207 Re: 2001 Honda Civic transmission [mmurua]
Oct 22, 2005 (12:52 pm)
I have 01 civic w/ 55,000mi. the transmission failed also. Honda agreed to replace it. All I learned so far from the dealer is that the codes from machine they hooked the car to said the transmission failed. Obviously there is a defect in the transmission, but what specifically is the problem? I have seen were people have put 2-3 transmissions in their Honda. Has anyone who had their transmission replace had it last or is it time to sell the car?
#4299 of 5207 Rear wiper blade
Oct 22, 2005 (3:40 pm)
I'm having trouble figuring out how to take of my rear wiper blade on my 92 Civic Hatchback. Does anybody have any advice?
Thanks for your help
#4300 of 5207 93 Civic LX, Temp Guage Redlining ?????
Oct 22, 2005 (8:57 pm)
hello i own a wonderful 1993 Honda Civic LX , it has 180,000 miles and runs like a dream the car was given to me as a gift from my aunt a few years ago they always kept everything up to par on the car,anytime there was a minor problem it went directly in the shop it even has a brand new radiator on it but ever since ive had the car the temperature guage will redline out of nowhere then it will shoot from the hot mark to the cold mark outta nowhere it happens when its driven awhile or while idling at a stoplight the car doesnt appear to be overheating though even though the temp guage says so but i would like to get this problem fixed. my aunt who gave me the car lives in texas and she drove the car from texas to illinois wich was a 11 hour drive and she said the whole time it was redlining and ive driven it many miles since that and have never had a problem out of it . would you happen to know what could be the cause and how much it will cost me to get the problem fixed? my aunt was told it is some type of switch that cost 40$ from autozone that tells the car whether its hot or cold but im not sure if thats true. also when its cold outside in the winter my heat doesnt work and the temp guage will not leave the cold mark