1992 Honda Civic Won't Start in the Heat?

Answer If your 1992 Honda Civic is not starting properly when it is hot outside, then there may be a variety of problems. You may notice that your Civic does start once the air temperature or the engine t... Read More »

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How to Put a 1992-1995 Honda ECU Into a 1989 Honda Civic?

The engine of your 1989 Honda Civic is controlled by a computer that is capable of performing millions of calculations each second. This computer controls everything from the chemicals in the exhau... Read More »

How to Locate a PCV in a 1992 Honda Civic?

The PCV (Positive Crankcase Ventilation) valve is an emission control device that re-circulates partially burned exhaust gases from the vehicle's crankcase back into the combustion chamber. The PCV... Read More »

How to Put Fog Lights in a 1992-95 Honda Civic?

If you own a 1992 to 1995 Honda Civic there will be fog lights installed in the lower front bumper. However, over the years these fog lights have certainly seen their share of wear and tear and it ... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a 1992 Honda Civic?

The Honda Civic is a perennially popular compact car that's been on the road since 1973. Its reputation for reliability and its great gas mileage, among other features, help keep it on the road ye... Read More »