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Honda Civic CRX, Honda Civic, Honda Civic del Sol, Coupe, Hatchback, Sedan
#106 of 114 Re: Hello and Welcome!
Mar 11, 2006 (7:16 pm)
Hi there! I'm new to the board and wanted to introduce myself, my name is Grace and I own a 1998 Honda Civic EX Coupe in Silver. I absolutely love the car and am a huge fan of Civics. Not only are they the most reliable cars out there on the road, but they are amazingly well designed and handle beautifully! I've only driven this one 73k miles but it has not required any major repairs and very minimal maintenance.
What does everyone think about the new 2006 Civic? I'm not sure that I dig the style, I still love the 1997-2000 coupe styling--its totally Honda's flagship car and the look is even better than some of the newer coupes released from other brands (Toyota, Ford, Chevys, etc).
#107 of 114 Does my 2001 Civic EX require ONLY Honda spark plugs?
Apr 04, 2006 (7:25 pm)
This past week, I brought my 2001 Civic EX (200,000 miles!)to the dealer because the car does this litle jerking thing in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd gear at low speeds. I thought that the clutch might be slipping. As it turns out, the dealer's rep told me that the clutch was OK, but the mechanic found non-Honda spark plugs (I had installed these some time ago), and that Hondas REALLY run better with genuine Honda plugs. Of course, each plug is $25 , and with labor the cost would have been $145 (I live in California). I told the guy I'd take care of it myself.
Does this sound bogus? He said the car needs platinums, but I did install Bosch platinums...for about $4 a piece, not $25. Can anyone recommend a good spark plug?
May 18, 2006 (7:41 pm)
Hello. Just wanted to introduce myself and my car. My name is Jeff and I drive a 1995 Honda Civic. I made it to 205,552 miles before the motor gave up. Back in January I put an imported 1.5 L with 35,000 miles on it. I've done quite a few mods to it. Greddy header-back exhaust. Iceman cold air intake. Centerforce clutch. Bigger tires and wheels. It's been a constant work in progress. Next up is to upgrade the suspension.
#109 of 114 Re: Does my 2001 Civic EX require ONLY Honda spark plugs? [timguy]
May 18, 2006 (7:44 pm)
Honda recommends you use NGK spark plugs. You can get them for about $3-$4 each. I have Denso Iridium plugs in my Civic. They are about $12 each. I haven't really noticed the difference and will probably go back to NGK.
Dec 28, 2006 (4:22 pm)
I Own and Civic VP 04. This does not have power windows and power locks but has a power moonroof. Is it advisible to get power locks and windows done. if yes, from where can I get this done, also what would be approx. cost of getting this done.
#111 of 114 I own a 2006 Civic EX coupe
Dec 29, 2006 (7:11 pm)
I go way back with Honda to 1978 with the first ACCORD,then an 80 Civic wagon,then an 82 ACCORD,moving upscale I had
a 90 Intega,and on and on.I never put more than 90k on them
except for the 82 which I ran to death. Anyhow I got this 06
Civic mainly cause gas was over $3 a gallon thinking my wifey would drive it.She hates it because she has long legs
and has difficulty getting in and out.I was just at the car
show and tried many cars on for size and the Civic is the
roomiest of all the cars that get 30mpg city excluding
Hybrids.So lesson learned when you go car shopping take your spouse so you both are happy.One of the easiest cars
to get in and out of is the Scion Xb but she thinks it is so ugly.I believe form should follow function but then I am a guy,DUH!
#112 of 114 Owners manual / service book
Feb 14, 2007 (7:17 am)
Hello everyone. I live in London (United Kingdom), but drive a Honda Civic EX sedan 2004 model. I find it a lovely car and have been driving Civics for a long time. What I need is an owner's manual and service book for the car. Any ideas??? Please help! Car has 14,000 on clock!