Honda Civic Remove

How To : Change the transmission fluid on a Honda Civic

To change the transmission fluid on a Honda Civic, you will need a good rug, a drip pan, 10 quarts of transmission fluid, a funnel and a ratchet wrench. First, remove the dipstick to release the pressure on the liquid. Then, remove the drain plug with the ratchet wrench. You m ...more

How To : Install a rear sway bar on a Honda Civic EP3

Check out this video tutorial to see how to remove and install a rear sway bar on a Honda Civic EP3 (SI or SIR). This may be the same on other vehicles. You will need a 5mm allen wrench, a 14mm wrench, a long nose vise grip, and a 12mm socket with a long extension. Some lube ...more

How To : Adjust the valves on a 1996 Honda Civic

Having clean, functional valves is essential to proper engine function. Honda cars need to have their valves adjusted when they start to make noise. In this video you will learn how to adjust the valves on a 1996 Honda Civic.

How To : Change the cabin airfilter on a 2004 Honda Civic

You may not realize it, but is more than one air filter attached to your car. Not only do you have the filter near your engine, but there is also one located within the vehicle itself. This is used to collect any dust or other particles that are in the vehicle. Many people don ...more

How To : Install rear disks and pads on a Honda Civic EP3

Check out this video tutorial to see how to replace your rear disk, pads, and brake line on a Honda Civic EP3 (SI or SIR). This could be similar to other vehicles. In order to replace the rear disks, pads, and brake line, you will need a 12mm wrench, a 14mm wrench, a Phillips ...more

How To : Remove the coolant hoses on a Honda 919 motorcycle

In this automotive repair tutorial you will learn how to replace the coolant lines on a Honda 919/Hornet 900 motorcycle. Learn how to drain the coolant, replace the existing hoses with new ones (in this case braided stainless steels ones) and refill the coolant. If you want to ...more

How To : Remove the front wheel on a Honda motorcycle

This motorcycle tutorial shows you how to take off the front wheel of a Honda 919 Hornet sport bike. Watch and learn how to remove the brakes, calipers and everything necessary to take off the front wheel of a motorcycle.

How To : Remove the throttle tube on a Honda motorcycle

Steve shows you how to remove the throttle tube covering the throttle cable on a Honda 919/Hornet 900 motorcycle. If you need to do work on the throttle cable of your bike, this video may help you with removing the tube. Make sure to unhook the starter switch first.

How To : Change the transmission oil on a Honda or Acura

In these Autos, Motorcycles & Planes video tutorial you will learn how easy and simple it is to Change the transmission oil on a Honda or Acura. This tutorial is presented by rimpainter. First cut the washers; one each for the drain and fill part. You need two quarts oil, a fu ...more

How To : Remove brake rotor screws that may be stuck

If you own a Honda, then this may be a problem that you are fully aware of. If you don't, if you need to remove anything near your brake wheels, it's important to know how to remove the rotor screws. This can be quite difficult to take out and so a special tool is needed in or ...more

How To : Replace drum brake shoes on a 2001 Honda Odyssey

Some of you out there actually own a Honda Odyssey, and if you do, you may be in desperate need of some new drum brake shoes. In this video, Eric shows you how easy it is to remove and replace drum brake shoes on a 2001 Odyssey. There's some good info on drum brake servicing, ...more

How To : Change the brake pads on a 2003 Honda Pilot

In this tutorial, we learn how to change the brake pads on a 2003 Honda Pilot. First, take off the bolts around the caliper on the rotor. Next, take your caliper straight off and rest it somewhere. Now remove your brake pads from the bracket using a screwdriver. Replace the ol ...more

How To : Repack a Motorcycle Muffler

Periodically, motorcycle and ATV exhaust system can be rebuilt to maintain the proper performance and sound level expected from the exhaust system. My experience was with a dirt bike that had an aftermarket high performance exhaust installed.I bought my 99 XR400 second hand an ...more

How To : Change Your Own Oil — A Beginner's Guide

If you're one who enjoys a good DIY project, or if you're just tired of paying exorbitant labor fees to have your vehicle serviced every 5,000 miles, changing your own oil can be a rewarding endeavor. Even though cars and trucks are becoming increasingly over-engineered these ...more

News : How Stable Is the Galaxy S8 Oreo Update?

So you're thinking about downloading the Galaxy S8 Oreo beta, but you're not sure if it's stable enough to use. It is a beta, of course, so you might want to wait for others to give it a try. Over the past ten days I've used the Galaxy S8+ running Android Oreo as my daily driv ...more

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