How to Install a Honda Civic Control Arm?

Answer One of the more common items that will need to be replaced on an aging Honda Civic is the upper control arm, which is part of the steering mechanism on the front wheels. When the bushings wear out ... Read More »

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How to Install Lower Control Arms in a Honda Civic?

The suspension system on your Honda Civic uses the control arm to hold the steering knuckle and axle housing in position as the wheel moves up and down on the road. If the control arm bends due to ... Read More »

How to Remove the Control Panel on a Honda Civic?

The control panel on the Honda Civic is centered within the dashboard on most models. This panel contains the radio as well as the heater and air conditioning controls, and is secured by trim panel... Read More »

The Cruise Control on My Honda Civic Won't Work?

Although the cruise control on your Honda Civic is not an essential function, it can be a helpful one. Your Civic's cruise control is especially useful on long trips or where you are unfamiliar wit... Read More »

How to Replace a Lower Control Arm for a Honda Civic?

The Honda Civic uses a MacPherson strut front suspension. The top of the strut attaches to the body inside the engine compartment. The bottom of the strut attaches to the lower control arm. A stabi... Read More »