How to Replace the Boots on a Honda Civic?

Answer The tie-rod ball-joint boot on your Honda Civic is what keeps dust, dirt, and other contaminants out of the inside of the ball joint. This is important, because multipurpose grease for lubrication ... Read More »

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How to Repair Torn Boots on a 1992 Honda Civic?

The constant velocity axle on your 1992 Honda Civic has an inner and outer joint. These joints have rubber boots that protect the joint from debris and contain the grease to keep the joint lubricat... Read More »

How to Replace the Oil Pan in a Honda Civic?

Every Honda Civic model is different, but the vehicles are all front wheel drive with the engine installed in the engine compartment sideways. The exhaust headers are located on the front of the en... Read More »

How to Replace the Oil Pan in a 1997 Honda Civic?

Replacing the oil pan in a 1997 Honda Civic is not a difficult job. The oil pan hangs lower than all of the components around it and is in plain sight once you lift the front end of the 1997 Honda ... Read More »

How to Replace the Header on a '94 Honda Civic EX?

The header, or exhaust manifold, is a key component that removes the exhaust gases from the engine's combustion chamber. Chances are at some point your Civic will need the header replaced due to no... Read More »