How to Remove the Water Pump From an '88 Civic?

Answer The good news is that Honda's D-series motor does have a water pump -- but it's all kind of downhill from there. For reasons known only to the manufacturers, Honda chose to hide the D-series' water... Read More »

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Signs of a Bad Water Pump on a '95 Civic?

Modern engines rely on cooling liquid, or coolant, to keep them running at the correct temperature. While operating at normal cruising speed, the average engine produces 4,000 controlled explosions... Read More »

How to Install a Water Pump on a Civic?

The water pump is an essential part of your Honda Civic's cooling system. It pushes the hot water out of the engine block and into the radiator. This water is then cooled and pulled, again by the w... Read More »

How to Replace the Water Pump of a 1994 Civic?

The engine of your 1994 Honda Civic must regulate its temperature. The engine needs a comfortable running temperature to operate with the least amount of wear. Coolant flow is stopped by a thermo... Read More »

How long should a water pump last for a Honda Civic?

According to Honda, you should replace your water pump after approximately 60,000 miles. After 25,000 miles, Car Stuff recommends replacing your water pump any time you replace your timing belt or ... Read More »