A: If your looking for OEM Honda replacement parts, a dealership can be expensive. All oem parts are available w/ diagrams showing detailed pieces (small bolts, plastic pieces) on www.TheHondaPartsStore.com . If your looking for larger pieces (brake rotors, calipers, brake pads, radiator, etc) a lot of the parts are found in AutoZone, and are quite good. I would reccomend autozone if you dont really care about the brand. Personally I have to get all OEM, if not, repitable aftermarket racing parts for my Honda. Never settle for cheap parts if your budget can surfice. Be good to your honda, and it will be good to you =) Hope this was helpful!
Q: For a 2002 Honda Civic LX Sedan, are the rear brake shoes 9″ or 7 7/8″? Thanks.?
I need to replace them and I just wanted to know what size they are before i go and buy the parts. Its a 2002 Honda Civic LX Sedan 1.7L, Autozone website seems to think it is a VTEC but its non vtec sohc. Thanks.
A: measure the inside diameter of your drums. there’s your answer.
Q: what is the torque spec on my 2002 honda civic transmission fluid pan bolt?
Bought the filter / fluid for my 2002 automatic honda civic-ex , but cant find the specific torque spec to re-tighten the pan/bolt when im all done draining. No luck from several auto parts stores / manuals. Different years seem to require 29 lbs/feet but I wasn’t able to find out for my model year in particular.
Q: Need VERY cheap HONDA CIVIC PARTS?
I just got into a car accedent…insurance had run out. Everything is coming out of my pocket and I need to find a hood, driverside light, bumper and basically everything for front drivers side, oh and air bags. I have a 2002 Civic dx 4 dr PLEASE HELP!!! Also I don’t care what color only that I can get it back on the road again. I’ve looked in e-bay and tried junk yards but I never know when to start with pricing and cheapest poss.
A: Look at http://www.rockauto.com to see prices for new Honda body parts. I looked up a 2002 Civic hood and it is $81 plus shipping: http://www.rockauto.com/ref/BodyParts/Detail2.htm?http://www.orderkeystone.com/images/400/HO1230134.jpg
Q: I need to repair or replace the transmission in my 2002 Honda Civic (122k miles) Which is the best option?
-Repair the tranny (which is covered 2yrs/24k miles) $2500
-Install a used tranny with 22k miles on it $2250 installed (6 mo parts coverage)
-Install a used tranny with 74k miles on it $1250 installed (30 day parts coverage)
It is manual.
I had two different places tell me a similar thing. With similar price options.
A: there all way to expensive and being an 02 model there should be a good few trannys floating around, its only around $200 – $300 depending on where you go to replace a tranny, find your own tranny, the auto repair shops put about 30% on top of cost price, but in your case its sounds more like about 150% on top, call local honda or asian auto recyclers or any second hand/used parts supplies and ask them for a price you may have to haggle abit but they will come down in price, they often do, find a good one and call a workshop and ask them how much to fit a tranny and that you have one already and i guarantee you, you will be pleasantly surprised what the total is..
Q: which type of octane gas should i use on my 2002 honda civic?
i’ve been using regular 87 octane because i have no performance parts just stock.
A: Yea, use standard 87 octane. Its basically all the same, so your best off with the cheapest Occasionally run a higher grade through it if you want too, just to clean out some sludge and what not.
Q: How do you open the door panel of a 2002 honda civic to get to motor or window regulator? Please?
How much does the part cost and is it tough to do?
A: you take out the window switch, inside mirror trim, and the screws, and pull the panel off. Motor and Regulator are one unit, It has a cable type. If the cable failed, you probably have drag from the window channels, you will need to clean/ maybe replace them too, or you’ll kill the new one. unless the civic’s an si, the whole unit’s only about $75. for an si, it’s about $225.
Q: Help with a honda civic 2002 broken tail light cover?
I’ve got a busted honda civic 2002 passenger side brake light cover.
How much would it reasonably cost to be replaced at a dealer, vs. at a garage… breaking out parts and labor… just so i don’t sound dumb when i talk to them.
and how much is the part really, and would i be able to replace it myself with regular tools?
thanks so much
A: Buy it from a salvage yard for 1/2 of new and do it yourself with normal hand tools.
Q: How much would it cost to have a transmission replaced on a 2002 honda civic Lx?
I would appreciate the amount for a transmission new (part), refurb (part) and the cost (hours and price) of having a professional do it; if oyu guys wouldn’t mind! Also, would prefer if a mechanic could/would answer! THANKS!
A: About $1500 and 4 days for the shop to do the job
Q: How do I get the panel off the door on my 2002 honda civic?
How hard would it be for a non mechanic to replace the window motor on passenger front side? Do I need special tools?Where do I start?Is the part expensive?THANKS for any info
A: I own both a 2002 Civic and Accord and while I haven’t had the door panel off the Civic, I have had the rear drivers door apart on the Accord to replace the window regulator. Thinking about that experience combined with what I would expect in the Civic, you should be able to do it with just basic tools, screwdriver… metric wrenches.
The most important thing to remember is DON’T FORCE IT. If it doesn’t do what you think “it” should be doing stop and check your actions before you break something… with so many plastic clips and fasteners you’ll save yourself time with a little caution.
Now, if my memory serves you should be able to find the seam at the bottom of the door and loosen the panel there, then work your way around the edge – there should just be clips every so far that just pull away from the door with a little pressure. There are probably about eight clips holding the door panel down to the actual door. As you pull the door panel off, watch for all the wiring, there’s probably quite a bit if you have power door locks, windows, etc.
For the motor once you have the panel off, disconnect the wiring to the motor.. there’s probably a multi-prong plug with a “clip” which you have to depress to get it to let loose. When you take the motor out be careful as the metal outline of the door can really tear up your hands. Once you’ve got the old motor out figuring out how to put the old one back should be easy to do (manuvering the new motor into the door can be a pain in the butt).
I’m not sure as to the cost of a new motor… my guess would be it’ll be something you can only get from the dealer so expect $75 or more.
Also, I did not disconnect the power when I worked on my window regulator but it’s probably not a bad idea to disconnect the power to the windows by removing the fuse for that system.
Q: I want to get my Honda Civic 2002 serviced to the fullest.?
What would I need I mean I want to keep it running and keep all the priority parts up to date. Thanks for the advice. It has 165000 miles on it and runs great. I want to keep it that way.
A: Things to be done;
1. change oil
2. change oil filter
3. change fuel filter
4. change or clean air filter
5. change transmission fluid
6. change spark plugs
7. change wires
8. change coolant
9. check all fluids ( brake, freon gas)
10. check/clean a/c system
11. check/clean brake pads, rotor and lining
Basically these are the things to be done in your car. Hope this help!
Q: Does any one know how to reprogram the ECU on a honda civic ex 2002?
I’ve looked online and there are software’s available to read data from the ECU. I am starting mods on this car and beginning to add parts one by one. So is there a way you can reprogram the ECU or do you guys know where that can be done.
Q: Can anyone give me an estimate for body repair for a 2002 Honda Civic LX?
I was recently in an accident in my 2002 Honda Civic LX (my fault unfortuantely, it was raining, I was braking to go around a curve, and my car hydroplaned into the other guy) and there is some damage to the front of my car. The bumper will most likely need to be replaced (front drivers side was partially pulled off about 6 inches), the front fender is dented (looks like it could be hammered out), the drivers side corner of the hood is bent (about a half inch of it) and the headlight cover is shattered (possibly need a new headlight, but doesn’t look like there’s any damage to the wiring and the bulbs are still working and in tact). I don’t care about paint, but I do need my bumper reattached/replaced. Anyone know a ballpark cost and possibly a good body shop in the Northern VA area? If I can save money by buying the parts myself that would be awesome.
A: Ballpark……about $1500+ for a decent job.
Q: Honda Civic 2002 4 door sedan rear tire bearings?
How much does it cost (part labor) to replace the bearings on my two rear wheels. Prolly a pothole i hit. Sound increases as i speed up.
A: You may have a bent wheel or a tire out of round. I doubt it;s a wheel bearing. Have a shop put it in the air and spin the rear wheels. Good Luck!
Q: 02 honda civic si door panel?
does anyone know anyone parting out a 2002 honda civic si – 2005 honda civic si. i need a driver side door panel (US model) drivers side on left hand side.
nvm guys 1st poster gets best answer. i thought of jb weld and found out the problem wasnt as big as i thought it was just gotta replace 1 screw and fill in a 1/8 in deep gough. not hard to me i took auto body repair last year and im glad i did this wont be the 1st time ive fixed something that class has saved me so much time and money.
A: Awesome! Congrats on the fix. Like you said, it always pays to know!