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

Answer 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 »

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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 Replace the Lower Beam on a 2000 Honda Civic?

The lower beam on the 2000 Honda Civic is integrated to the higher beam headlight unit. The single bulb houses dual filaments that account for each lower and higher beams. Unfortunately, when one f... Read More »

How to Lower a Honda Civic?

Lowered cars handle better and have a more aggressive stance. This is true with every high-end sports car and can be true with your Honda Civic. Lowering a Civic brings the body closer to the groun... Read More »

How to Install a Lower Control Arm in a Civic?

The front suspension on a Honda Civic contains a lower control arm that stabilizes the front suspension. This has a ball joint, which wears down over time. When the ball joint wears down the front ... Read More »