How do I Remove a 1995 Honda Civic Transmission?

Answer Automatic transmission failure in a 1995 Honda Civic puts the public, passengers and driver in danger. The gears in the transmission regulate the power the engine creates as it passes through the ... Read More »

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How to Drain the Transmission Fluid on a 1995 Honda Civic EX?

The 1995 Honda Civic -- the final year of the Civic's fifth generation -- came in six trim levels: CX, DX, LX, EX, VX and Si. The 1995 Honda Civic EX came in both a two- and four-door model. The 19... Read More »

How to Remove a 1995 Honda Civic Distributor?

There are certain components of your 1995 Honda Civic that are designed to wear out and be replaced at certain intervals during routine tune ups. The distributor is one of these components. It is... Read More »

How to Remove the Rack and Pinion on a 1995 Honda Civic?

The 1995 Honda Civic uses a rack and pinion steering system to turn the front wheels. This is a self-contained unit that connects to the wheels via the tie rods and to the steering wheel via the in... Read More »

How to Remove the Transmission on a 2001 Honda Civic?

The transmission in a 2001 Honda Civic is known as an automatic transaxle, and it serves as the sole link between the engine and drive train. The transaxle is located below the engine and is connec... Read More »