How to Remove the Motor on a 1994 Honda Civic?

Answer The 1994 Honda Civic engine uses a single overhead cam design and is mounted sideways in the engine compartment, as it is a front wheel drive vehicle. The engine is a four-cylinder power plant. It ... Read More »

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How to Remove a Spindle Nut on a 1994 Honda Civic?

The front suspension of a 1994 Honda Civic uses a front spindle. This is mounted between the upper and lower control arm, and holds the brake rotor, brake hub, brake calipers, and the half shaft in... Read More »

How to Remove the Rear Speakers in a 1994 Honda Civic?

The stock rear speakers in a 1994 Honda Civic are adequate, but since they are made of paper, they can degrade and rot over time. Replacing the stock speakers with aftermarket models will not only ... Read More »

How to Remove a Condenser Fan Motor From a 2000 Honda Civic?

The Honda Civic was introduced in 1973 in response to the oil crisis. It boasted 40 mpg. The 2000 Civic has an A/C condenser fan that is separate from the engine fan. The condenser fan motor can be... Read More »

How do I Troubleshoot a 1994 Honda Civic ECM?

The engine control module on the 1994 Honda Civic controls timing, fuel injection and emissions. It cannot diagnose itself, so you need to make some educated guesses to determine whether the ECM is... Read More »