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well if you have the skills you can do it.
measure the two extreme ends of the resistor only with the help of ohm meter if you do not find the value written which is usually mentioned like 10k ohms or 500 ohms like(ohms indicates like a horse shoe sign)
you take out the variable resistor from the dimmer circuit and can get from electronic spares supplier. if not the you find the middle pin that rotates on the carbon take a small piece of wire soldier to this middle pin and connect to check on either ends with the resistor out. at one end it should be glowing full while at the other end will not glow.
the resistor value should also be printed in the board if you need the value.
hope this solves your problem.

1993 Honda Civic... | Answered on Sep 13, 2012


First I suggest scanned the comuter car in order to know what fault codes was causing "check engine" lamp turn on.

1993 Honda Civic... | Answered on Aug 28, 2012


I assume you are sure the cooling system is full of liquid and no air.
My first guess would be the thermostat.

1993 Honda Civic... | Answered on Aug 12, 2012


He is probably messing with the main relay its a grey box under the dash near the fuse box if you look up under the dash you will see it they are know for going bad if you tap it a couple of times while cranking the car and it starts then replace it they are not that expensive

1993 Honda Civic... | Answered on Jul 24, 2012


fast idle thermo valve located by the throtle body with coolant hoses remove valve and adjust plastic washer its under a cover with 2 bolts good luck

1993 Honda Civic... | Answered on Jul 20, 2012


Was the noise there prior to the repairs you had done? If yes check your wheel bearings. If loose it is possible that the rotor may contact the caliper bracket making a grinding noise.

1993 Honda Civic... | Answered on May 09, 2012


Try this first, and lets see what happens. Turn key to on, but not start, then off. do that about four or five times, then try to start. See if it starts, runs, then dies. Let me know. Have you had fuel pressure tested at all? If it doesn't start and run for a short while at least, take air intake hose off at throttle body intake, open throttle and spray a good shot of WD-40 into throttle body, then try to start. If it starts, you have a fuel delivery problem, maybe fuel pump or plugged filter would be first to check. Just because you hear the pump, doesn't necessarily mean it's getting proper pressure to run. Let me know what happens when you try this, and we'll go from there.

1993 Honda Civic... | Answered on Mar 28, 2012


check ignition coil distributor cap and rotor wires on the rotor spark plug wires and spark plugs fuses relays and starter

1993 Honda Civic... | Answered on Feb 24, 2012

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