Where Do I Find the PCV on a 1994 Honda Civic?

Answer The Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) is an important emission controls system that draws in blow-by gas when the engine is running. It directs the gas into the intake manifold using a spring-lo... Read More »

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Where is the MAP sensor on a 1994 Honda Civic hatchback?

The MAP sensor on a 1994 Honda Civic Hatchback is located next to the throttle body. On the driver's side of the engine compartment, look for the air intake, and the throttle body is next to it. Th... Read More »

How do I Troubleshoot a 1994 Honda Civic ECM?

The engine control module on the 1994 Honda Civic controls timing, fuel injection and emissions. It cannot diagnose itself, so you need to make some educated guesses to determine whether the ECM is... Read More »

Installing a 1994 Honda Civic Thermostat?

A couple interesting facts about the Honda Civic: the Civic was on "Car and Driver"'s list of the top ten cars in America in 1985, 1988 to 1991 and 1996. It has also won many awards like the North ... Read More »

How to Remove the Motor on a 1994 Honda Civic?

The 1994 Honda Civic engine uses a single overhead cam design and is mounted sideways in the engine compartment, as it is a front wheel drive vehicle. The engine is a four-cylinder power plant. It ... Read More »