How to Locate the Radiator Fan Switch on a 1998 Honda Civic?

Answer The Honda began production of the Civic in 1973. First generation models featured a 50-horsepower four-cylinder engine and a curb weight of 1,500 pounds. The 1996 through 2000 model year generatio... Read More »

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How to Locate the Temperature Switch in a 1998 Honda Civic DX?

A failing or inoperable temperature switch leaves the gauge in the incorrect or permanently off position. You can fix the gauge, in most cases, by replacing the temperature gauge sending unit, or t... Read More »

How to Replace the Radiator in a 1998 Honda Civic?

After thousands of miles of service under its belt, the radiator in your 1998 Honda Civic may begin to leak or prevent adequate coolant flow. Either way, you are risking damage to the engine from o... Read More »

How to Change a Radiator Fan Switch on a 1995 Honda Civic?

In 1973, Honda released the now famous Civic. The fifth generation of Civics --- 1992 through 1995 --- changed the compact car from a boxy body design to rounder and more modern. The 1995 Honda had... Read More »

How to Replace the Back-Up Light Switch on a 1998 Honda Civic?

The back-up light switch on the 1998 Honda Civic is located on the side of the transaxle housing. Replacement of the switch might be indicated if, with the ignition switch in the "On" position and ... Read More »