How to Replace the Starter on a 1993 Honda Civic DX?

Answer If the starter in your 1993 Honda Civic DX begins to fail, you may notice that your car starts hard or does not start at all. If the engine turns over but does not start, that is a good indication ... Read More »

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How to Replace a 1993 Honda Civic Timing Belt?

The timing belt of your 1993 Honda Civic is integral to the proper operation of the engine. The belt is connected to the crankshaft and camshaft by pulleys on the exterior of the engine block. The ... Read More »

How to Replace a Starter Motor on a Honda Civic?

On a Honda Civic, the starter motor is responsible for turning over the engine and beginning the internal combustion process. When the starter goes out, the engine can't turn over and you will have... Read More »

How to Time a 1993 Honda Civic?

The ignition timing of the 1993 Honda Civic synchronizes the electrical and mechanical components of the engine. This means that, when properly timed, each cylinder is receiving an electrical spark... Read More »

1993 Honda Civic Ex Specs?

The Honda Civic EX is one of six Civic trims of 1993. The others are the CX, DX, VX, LX and Si. The EX is the most luxurious version, with a more powerful engine than the other trims apart from the... Read More »