A: you can find it here,http://www.hondahookup.com/
Q: 99 Honda civic hatchback si?
OK so I’ve bing looking for a 99 Honda civic hatchback si online and i cant seem to find any.why is this and does anyone out there no where i could find one?
and i tried eBay and craigslist
A: That is because in 99 and 2000, the Civic Si was only made as a coupe. There was no hatchback available.
If you want a Civic Si hatchback, you will have to pick from the following years:
1984-1995 (88-91 generation shared the chassis with the Crx)
There was no production Civic Si from 1996-1998 and 2001.
The 1999-2000 version was only available as a coupe.
The current generation, 2006-today, is available as a coupe or sedan, but not a hatchback.
Q: Can someone tell me where could i find (online) some stock body parts for my 1994 honda civic hatchback?
other than ebay
A: junkyard,ebay, someone parting out there car on craigslist
Q: How do i remove old stereo from a 1986 honda civic hatchback?
i’m trying to put in a new stereo but i would like advice from someone with some experience, i’ve searched around online and can’t find anything for the 3 gen civics, i don’t want to break any clips or anything… also if someone knows any websites that have pictures of the disassembly that would be extremely helpful.
A: look here:
Sorry, the first link I put up was for a 1996!
Q: suggestions for a body kit for a 1994 honda civic si hatchback?
i have a 1994 honda civic si hatchback and i’m thinking of putting a body kit on it, but don’t know where to start. what places do i look for body kits? are online stores a good idea? what’s a good price for a complete body kit (what’s too high or too low)? about how much should installation cost? is there anything to look out for? does anybody have any bodykit suggestions?
A: well depending on ur car color u can think about adding a carbon fiber lip to it and some simple type r skirts on the sides if they are available but i dont recomend body kits because if u damage them u need to be driving without a bumper for a while and stuff with lips jsut take them off and repair them
Q: 1995 Honda Civic radiator replacement : ATF cooler hoses ???
I am trying to replace the radiator of my 1995 Honda Civic Hatchback DX, auto transmission. There are already some very helpful answers on this subject. However, I have a couple of more-detail questions regarding the 2 hoses that connect the radiator and the ATU (automatic trasmission unit – They are called ‘ATF cooler hoses’ in the Honda service manual) :
1. I can not find to buy these hoses online. Are they special hoses ? What are they usually called ? Where can I find them at ?
2. They connect the ATU and the radiator. So what fluid are they conducting, the ATF or coolant ? If they conduct the ATF, will the ATF leak when I disconnect them ? Do I need to drain the ATF first ? How ?
Many thanks for the kind experts out there who are willing to help the newbies.
A: You can buy replacement hose at any parts house, They convey ATF through a separate portion of the radiator to cool the ATF. When you disconnect them a little will drip out put a catch pan underneath. Don’t forget to check your trans. fluid and top it off when finished. and since you are changing the radiator don’t forget the cap and why not the thermostat too.
Q: How do I replace the stoplight switch in a 1987 Honda Civic?
I was just told that the cause of my brakelights not turning off was a bad brakelight switch. I picked-up a replacement for the switch, but I am clueless on how to replace it. I have found guides online, but none of them for my car. I have a 1988 Honda Civic with automatic transmission and the hatchback body type. Can anyone lend me a hand. Also, if it is possible, provide visuals. I’m not a “car” person, but I follow directions well, so with much details provided, I can replace it easily. Thanks to anyone who can help.
A: If you follow your brake pedal up it is setup oon the arm of the brake pedal. Once you remove it you will see how the new one goes in. They usally only snap in with some circlips or the like. Simple in and out.
Q: Replacing a Honda Civic Serpentine Belt Tensioner.?
Hubby was driving to work and the serpentine belt on his Honda Civic Si 2002 Hatchback came off, luckly he was parking when it happened. This stupid car has been into Honda three times in the past couple of months and each time some other part has to be replace. (AC compressor, water pump) Now this belt comes off, and I find out that this belt is connected to both those parts, honda says to bad for you now pay us more. Anyways my question is how long can the car run without this belt (to get it to a shop without being towed) and is this gonna be costly? I can’t seem to find any prices online for the tensioner (which Honda also replaced), the belt is still intact so that probably doesn’t need to be replaced. Needless to say we are taking it to a different shop than Honda. Does anyone know how many “shop hours” will this take?
we spoke with the manager and we are contacting the better business bureau once we find out the exact problem from another mechanic. Honda is pretty much blaming it on the fact that instead of paying $300 for a water pump from them, we bought one for $100 from Lordco (which is still good quality and has nothing to do with the belt tensioner that im aware of). We have decided not to go back to Honda and if there is serious damage caused by them that they wont fix we will be suing them.
A: umm if Honda just recently replaced the tensioner, id talk to the general manager of the dealership and demand they look at it for free.
Q: Honda Civic 2000 sputters and stalls?
I’m currently having a problem with my Honda Civic DX 2000 Hatchback sputtering and stalling. It pretty much started 2 weeks ago, I remember I almost ran out of gas where the light just came on then, I filled my tank to full. I then drove a few miles and parked and shut off the car. An hour later I started it and it started to sputter and wanted to stall while and actually did a couple times while driving, but it always starts back up. I changed my fuel filter and already went through 3 tanks of gas with fuel cleaner and I’m still having the problem. It mostly does it during a warm start after driving it for awhile and I let it sit for an hour or two and I try to start it (sometimes it has a problem starting at that time) then it starts to sputter and sometimes stalls. I already took it to two mechanics and they couldn’t find the problem or it didn’t sputter/stall for them. What I’m seeing online is it could be maybe a dirty throttle body, ICV or my ECM?. I have after market exhaust, headers and air intake system. This vehicle have no codes showing up. Any suggestions? Thanks!
A: Check your fuel relay (AKA Main Relay), it’s known to cause warm starting issues in civics because it’s not soldered right on the inside and it creates a gap in the connections when it’s warm and the silicon board expands due to heat.
Q: Is there a place online where you can get a car body drawn?
i want a car drawn for me(no bumpers sideskirts ETC.) because i want to draw onto it and add bumpers and stuff to make my future car and if it helps i want a 1994 Honda Civic(hatchback)
A: Try asking at a Honda Dealers,i have searched and found nothing,sorry,.
Q: do you know of this hatchback?
i am looking for a hatchback i particularly like the 95 Honda civic hatchback si due to the rear window general shape size and handling. the Volkswagen gti is not bad either but unfortunately there is not enough trunk space i definitely need at least 2′ 6″ of trunk space, a decent amount of room for the back seat passengers, 2 door only, manual, and is tight on the road i do not want it to be too big any suggestions would be great ive searched everywhere online and cannot find anything that comes up as usefull thank
A: BMW 318i hatchback
Q: where can i customize my car online?
i have a 1992 honda civic vx hatchback and i want to paint it, and someone told me theres a online car demo thing where i can pick the year make and model of my car and it will show the car and i can choose from different paint jobs and it will show what it will look like, and they also said that u can change the rims and it will show u the final outcome
A: you can use tirerack.com for the rims
Q: front left of car makes ping sound?
i spun out off the road the other day and now im hearing a ping sound when i come out of a left turn. ti sounds like a piece of rubber on the coilover holding back the spring, then when the turn is completed the spring trys to return to normal like the rubber sling shots the spring kind of. but there is nothing in the obstructing the spring. any one know what it might be or know of a place were i can look up online to possibly fix it my self???
make is a 96 honda civic hatchback dx
A: Sounds like a cv joint, hondas are notorious for these going out and judging by the year, it’s time!
Q: HIGH CURRENT ALTERNATOR?????
I need help finding a high current alternator for 1990 Honda Civic Hatchback ,1.5L,4 cylinder…………Where can I order one online that fits this vehicle……..Be specific which alternator ,too please!!!!! I do not care how much it cost ,because money is no problem…….I am look for either a 200 amp alternator or 2-100 amp alternators …….
A: check this web site out i have one from them and works great
Q: Wiring and ecu for vtec?
OK so I have a 95 honda civic hatchback and I’m replacing the old stock motor thats in it (d15b7 non vtec) for a d15b vtec. Now where I’m ordering is the cheapest I can find (I’m very low on money) and the description doesnt say it includes wiring harness for the new motor or ecu. So my question: what should I do about the wiring, I found the stock ecu online for the new motor, but can I use the same wiring from my old motor? remember its going from non vtec to vtec on the same d series motor, both obd 1 i believe, but im not sure what i need to look for to run the electrical considering vtec harness and ecu.
the only reason i decided on the d15b is because its one of the cheapest vtec motors i can find, my money is very low right now.
A: I wouldn’t recommend the D15 motor for a swap. You will want to find a d16z6 it is cheap and you open up alot more options for parts and internals.
The activation of the V-tec can be done with a switch to ground. But there are info forums online you can use to see more details.