What is a good radiator for a'93 Honda Civic?

Answer On One Hand: OEM Parts are Always GoodHonda dubs itself an engineering company and it employs hundreds (if not thousands) of engineers to develop a car and all the parts that go into building it. F... Read More »

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How to Remove the Radiator in a 1989 Honda Civic?

In the 1989 Honda Civic, the radiator sits directly behind the front grill in the engine compartment. Two metal transmission cooling lines connect to the bottom of the radiator. Occasionally, the r... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot the Radiator Fan on a 1994 Honda Civic 1.6L?

Honda released the Civic in the 1973 model year, as a subcompact yet roomy vehicle. Throughout its lifespan, the Civic has seen eight generational changes. Some changes were fairly modest, while ot... Read More »

How to Remove the Radiator From a Honda Civic?

The radiator on a Honda Civic works to cool the car and keep it from overheating. When the radiator is cracked or broken, it must be removed to be replaced. A broken radiator can cause an engine to... Read More »

How to Replace the Radiator in a 1998 Honda Civic?

After thousands of miles of service under its belt, the radiator in your 1998 Honda Civic may begin to leak or prevent adequate coolant flow. Either way, you are risking damage to the engine from o... Read More »