How to Remove a 1997 Honda Civic Alternator?

Answer The 1997 Honda Civic was manufactured with a rotating alternator, which charges the battery and provides power to the ignition system and accessories. The internal parts of the alternator can wear ... Read More »

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How to Remove a 2001 Honda Civic Alternator From the Top?

The 2001 Honda Civic was produced in the LX, EX, HX and DX models. All models were equipped with a 1.7-liter in-line four-cylinder engine. The 2001 Civic alternator is accessible from the top of th... Read More »

How to Remove the Alternator From a 1991 Honda Civic?

The electrical system in your 1991 Honda Civic does not employ perpetual motion. It is a closed system that regenerates itself through the use of an alternator that is driven by the motor. A drive ... Read More »

How to Remove the Alternator From a 1998 Honda Civic?

The alternator on your car produced electricity to charge the battery and to control the gauges, lighting, and other electrical components on the engine. If the alternator fails, then so does your ... Read More »

How Do I Remove the Alternator from a 1997 Honda CR-V?

Removing the alternator from the engine compartment in your 1997 Honda CR-V may be necessary if the alternator is bad or if you need to access another part of the engine sitting in front of it. The... Read More »