2001–2005 Honda Civic GX With CVT CVT Drive Belt Slippage

download DIAGNOSIS NOTE: You must complete the diagnosis before attempting any CVT repairs. 1. Civic Hybrid and Insight only: Make sure the IMA battery level gauge shows at least three quarters charged. If you need to increase the IMA charge, do this: • Insight only: Remove the EPS (electronic power steering) fuse from the under-hood …

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2001 Honda Civic Blower Motor Does Not Run At Any Speed

download BLOWER MOTOR As long as ignition is on, the blower motor relay is energized. The blower switch controls whether the blower motor is grounded through the blower switch (low, medium-low, and medium-high speeds) or through the blower motor high speed relay (high speed). BLOWER MOTOR DOES NOT RUN AT ANY SPEED 2000 Models 1. …

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2006 Honda Civic 4-Door Windshield Wipers Intermittently Do Not Park or Turn Off

download SYMPTOM When the windshield wipers are turned off, they intermittently do not park at the correct location at the bottom of the windshield, or they continue to run. The symptom is usually more noticeable in colder weather; however, it is difficult to reproduce. If you have a vehicle that reportedly has this symptom, replace …

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1993 Honda Civic del Sol S Ignition Checks

download Electronic ignition system spark check for spark at secondary coil wire and each spark plug wire using a spark tester. If spark is not present, continue with following tests. Check spark plug wire resistance on suspect wires. Resistance should be less than 25,000 ohms. Ignition coil power source 1. On civic, remove distributor cap …

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2006–08 Honda Civic Wipers Do Not Return to the Park Position When Turned Off

download SYMPTOM The windshield wipers do not return to the park position when turned off. PROBABLE CAUSE The wiper motor nut became loose allowing the linkage to slip. CORRECTIVE ACTION Install a new wiper motor with a new link, dust seal, joint ball seal, and shoulder nut; torque the new nut to a higher value …

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