Top 20 1993 Honda Civic 4 Door Questions & Answers


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go to an accredited service center ot have the fault codes read
most likley an immobilizer problem

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A restriction (usually the thermostat) causes the water pump to pull water from the radiator. But with less coolant flowing out of the engine, it creates a vacuum in the radiator which collapses the hoses.

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perhaps your HONDA dealer can help

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Not too hard. If you are doing the electrical section, remove the steering column cover, 2 screws hold it on. The mechanical section takes a small, sharp chisel and a hammer.

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flow the passenger side radiator hose to the engine block and it will behide it and there will be 2 10 milimeter blots make sure the is a catch pan under the engine

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Check where the radiator hose mounts onto the motor it should be in a housing held down by two bolts.

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It should be at the end of one of the hoses from the radiator just undo the mounting bolts and it should be in the cover.

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posible no set the timng belt on the marks

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you dont set the timng belt on the timing maks property

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Google the question---dozens of sites on the internet

Go to You Tube Video & watch what your asking about

You have an OBD1 System

An OBD2 Code Reader-- you may be familiar with, is
for 1996 to 2014 OBD2 Systems

Some obd1 need an older scan tool-- some don't

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Behind right side of dash, near PGM-FI ECM

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If the car shuts down after the service engine lights on, possible problem is the igniter on your ignition coil. You have to replace the igniter. I had the same problem before with my esi 93 and honda car shop fixed it by replacing the said part. It is better to have the code scanned first. If it gives you 1 long flash followed by 5 short flashes, definitely it is the igniter.

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Maybe you can remove the other axle, and use a long driver to push the broken part out.

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Change oil or get a scan down

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it should be a cover inside the car remove that underneat there is 3 screws it should come off but if its electrical you might have to remove door trim inside the car

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changing the exhaust system can alter the gas flow and may create problems for the sensors . The HO2s sensor and the O2 sensor may now be operation on the edge of the parameter settings and any exhaust coating on the sensors may be affecting their performance. Run fault codes to check the sensors and sometimes removing them and cleaning them in vinegar to remove the coating will improve the situation. What ever is the problem if it started after the manifold change then that is the area in which to seek answers.

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Remove all the injectors & put on new "O"Rings

No-- they shouldn't leak no matter what you do

Put some oil on the new ones

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IT is possible that the manufacturer realised a fault existed in the current design and changed to a threadless part that requires a nut either side to position it on the rod . Try something in the area to see if it works Nuts that small can be obtained from an electronic shop such as JAYCAR ---Hobby shop --etc

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