A: Well for regular matience and motor parts just go to autozone or something and if you cant find what you need there try junk yards and if you still do not have any luck put up the cash to buy straight from honda
Q: Parts for a 1993 Honda Civic Si Hatch?
Where can I find things like body kits and stuff for a 1993 Honda Civic Si Hatch. Must be a North American place.
A: i would suggest not doing a bodykit and going stock look with a lip kit like this:
but if you must go bodykit grounddesign’s sells some and there located in southern california.
there kits for the civic are ok:
click on the contact us at the top right corner.
Ground Dynamics info.
its 1566 arrow highway, La Verne, CA 91750.
and there number is 909-542-0134
Q: i want to modify my honda civic 1993 for street racing also what parts should i get?
honda civic 1993 and i will spent 1000 euros
A: I know you want to go fast but there is a certain order of things you need to do. First is bringing the car back up to Stock specifications. That means making your car like new again. I know your thinking WHAT?! Trust me on this man. When you start upgrading your car for performance, and the rest of the car isn’t up to par there is a ripple effect. This ripple effect causes many things to happen. When you upgrade your performance you go faster, but when you go faster you must stop faster too. So now that you have to stop faster your stock brakes will not suffice. Your going to need front Acura Integra spindles they will bolt right on including brake lines. When brakes are upgraded you’ll notice alot of slop in your steering when you brake hard. The slop you will feel are your old worn out bushings. Do you see the ripple effect here? After you replace all your bushings you’ll notice that your suspension is crappy. After you replace your springs and struts, you’ll notice that your rims are tires need to be upgraded.
Listen man if you can grasp anything im talking about let it be this . . . For every action there is an opposite and equal reaction, even if your unaware of what that reaction may be. If you swap or upgrade your motor you will be unhappy with your car because it will be so unbalanced.
Coming from a tuner (myself) I started out with a stock 95 civic VX. I upgraded my interior, then brakes, followed by the suspension then bushings, then swapped out my motor. Anything less then a d15b (jdm VTI motor) or a d16z6 (usdm Si motor) isn’t worth upgrading. Any d series swap into your civic is plug and play. I also suggest you have a plan for upgrading your civic. Follow my outline or find another one similar.
All the good street racer cars are practically new. Ive basically rebuilt my entire car. I’ve only got the tranny left to rebuild as i have already rebuilt my d15b, and entire suspension. After the tranny rebuild im piecing together a turbo kit.
email me if you have any civic questions i’ll be glad to answer them. email@example.com
Q: Can i install civic aftermarket parts on a 1993 Honda Del Sol?
would da parts be compatible on da dels sol engine?
A: Great question:
Most parts will be interchangeable. Specifically
Engine parts: Intake, header, Intake manifold, fuel rail, and injectors.
Exterior parts: Believe it or not the del sol and civic front lips interchange!
Driveline: Transmission same if both are d series (sohc). clutches, axles, & wheels.
Brakes: all the same or interchangeable.
Suspension: Struts, springs, swaybars, and strutbars.
Interior: Steering wheel, drivers aribag, seats, shiftknob, & shifter.
The parts that you have to know the specific model that won’t changeover unless they are the same: i.e. both sohc Vtec or both sohc non vtec models: cams, valve cover, ecu, and distributor.
Hope it helps,
Q: How much does it cost to have (labor and parts) these things done to my 1993 Honda Civic:?
How much does it cost to have (labor and parts) these things done to my 1993 Honda Civic: Replace oil pan gasket; Replace head gasket; Replace cam seal; Replace piston rings; Replace thermostat and seal; Replace intake manifold gasket; Resurfaced cylinder head with valve adjustment.
Help. Need somewhat accurate estimate of what these 7 things should cost (labor and all). I was charged $1300 for all of it. From what I know, the mechanic was being very generous in this price. I’d like to give him a thank you card. But unsure if that’s “okay”.
Keep in mind, I did need the head gasket and head replaced/resurfaced because it blew. He mentioned I may want to do the rings as well. I said ok. After I got the bill for those three things, there were like 7 things listed that he (mechanic) did. I don’t think I was charged a lot… I think he did a lot of extra work for free. Like the thermostat? For all I knew it was fine. Help me understand what it all (these 7 things) should’ve costed.
One other thing… yeah, old car and high milage. $1300 lot to pay for old car repair; however, I had to. Not enough $ for car payments. (Sigh)
A: Oil pan gasket is about $20
Head gasket is about $50
Camshaft seal is about $7
Piston rings are about $80
Thermostat and seal is about $20
Intake manifold gasket is about $15
Parts alone costed him a total of about $192. Just look up these parts online at your local auto parts store. You paid him about $1108 for labor.
I would have only agreed to pay just $100 for the work of unbolting and rebolting these parts back together. Anyone with the tools can buy a honda civic service manual and follow disassembly/assembly instructions.
I think he overcharged you 4x than what would have been reasonable – but that’s business as usual for most mechanics.
Q: I have a 1993 honda civic with a 1.5 and I was wondering how much parts from a 1.6 I can put on my engine…
My motor is a d15b7 and I am thinking of using parts off of a d16 motor. I know parts will fit, but i dont know how much or what parts will fit. any and all help will be appreciated thanks.
A: Transmission, intake manifold (with fuel rail and injectors as well), sparkplug wires maybe, pistons should be.
You can’t swap much between them. Cam’s are different, valve cover is different, distributor, and valve train and other internals are different as well.
Q: 1993 Honda civic owners,do you know where i could locate d16a9 engine parts for my four door sedan? ?
A: NY-NJ-PA-CT = www.b20vtec.com
CA, NV, WA = www.honda-tech.com
Q: How to install an A/C in a 1993 Honda Civic Hatchback?
My boyfriend has a 1993 Honda Civic Hatchback that he loves, but there’s one problem – we live in Florida and the car has no A/C. It is starting to cool off now, so we are just fine with the windows down, but once summer comes, it will be unbearable. So, what is needed to install an A/C in his car? What parts does he need to buy?
Thanks for your help.
A: With a 15 year old car, it is unlikely that the cost of adding A/C would be lower than replacing the car with a newer, A/C equipped car.
If you’ve ever looked at new cars, you would have seen that options come in two varieties: manufacturer installed and dealer add ons. Some options (pin stripes, stereos and such) often pop up in both categories. Others, like A/C are never dealer installed because, if possible at all, adding them on after the car is built is simply too complicated an endeavor.
Adding A/C to a car is far more complicated than you seem to be expecting. Adding A/C to a house is usually a simple affair involving plopping an air conditioner in an available window and plugging it in. With a car, it’s very different. First, since the layout of engines varies so much from one car make/year to another, there’s no such thing as a “one size fits all”: you would need air conditioning made for that model/year of car. Since the condenser is powered by the engine, rather than the electrical system, it doesn’t just “plug in” either. Car A/C uses the vent system’s air ducts as well, so there’s that to consider. In all, if you can even get the parts, you are looking at several thousands of dollars to add a/c to a car.
Q: Should I buy a 1993 Honda Civic Hatchback?
I found a 1993 Honda Civic Hatchback for sale at $1700. It has 230,000 miles on it, but the owner claims it has been meticulously taken car of by replacing many parts under the hood that usually go bad after reaching such high mileage. I’m a college student that drives mostly on the highway and in need of a car with great gas mileage, which it has. And the exterior seems to be in okay shape for the year. He is asking $1700 but is willing to negotiate. Any advice on this would be appreciated. Thanks.
A: i managed to get a 93 civic sedan with only 55k on hte stock motor and trans, for only 2000. i love how people think their hondas are made of gold or something. keep looking you can find one with half the miles for maybe 2500 and the person willing to negotiate… just remeber no matter the asking price cash talks
Q: What kind of performance parts do I need for my ‘93 Honda Civic 4dr 1.5L SOHC?
I want to increase the performance of my SOHC 1.5L 1993 Honda Civic 4DR and if also body kits.
A: unelss you’re doing autocross where you need the additional downforce, body kits are for ricers and attention starved kids.
best bang for your buck? do an engine swap to either a d16z6 or d16y8 (if you want the ease of stayign within the same series of engine). almost a 30 HP gain just from switching engines (you can get either one for less than a grand used, including wiring harness and ECU.)
if you dont mind doing more work and swapping out a few more parts to make it work, you can get better bang for yoru buck by switching to a b18c1 (6-800 used in good condition)…its about a 70HP difference.
otherwise if you want to stick with your d15 theres 2 ways to go about making noticeable horsepower for it: NA or FI.
NA you’ll want to get high compression pistons, do the normal I/H/E (intake, headers, exhaust), lightweight pulleys, a port and polish, get more aggressive cams, and a tune. you wont see very good gains though even with all that work, maybe 25HP.
if you go FI then witht he d15 you’ll want to build your block: full ARP studs and bolts (the CR ratio on your engine is already fine and unless you’re pushing a lot of boost the stock honda pistons/rods/walls are strong enough), the turbo itself, and ofcourse a tune. i wouldnt try to break the 175 mark with your engine though unless you get rods/pistons/sleeves.
Q: I want to convert my 1993 honda civic LX from automatic to manual transmission?
how much would it cost for a mechanic to this? will i need to buy the parts my self first?
A: Not practical at all. Get another car.
Q: Which is the number 1 spark plug on my 1993 honda Civic. I have trouble starting it could it be the module?
The sparks plugs also have oil on them first time I have seen that in three changes since i’ve had it. Could it be that? Help anyone please. Keep buying different parts for it thinking it will solve my problem.
A: if your having trouble starting it when it sits in sun all day or after a short run then wont start it needs a f/i main relay. for oil around spark plugs change valve cover gasket and tube seals,it comes as a kit from most parts stores i dont think thats your no start problem but fix it anyway. honda tech 11yrs.
Q: 1993 honda civic hatchback. where can i find part on the internet.?
not ebay. just sites where its cheap to get accessories and body parts best answer gets 10 pionts.
A: If your looking for stock parts there is www.d-a-p.com and carparts.com. Don’t know if your looking for stock or aftermarket parts.
Q: What is the best auto parts store for ordering Honda Civic car parts?
Ihave a Japaneese spec. 1993 i want to do some modification. These parts are difficult to find and I also want it shipped to the Caribbean…so i need some help 10 pts!!!
A: Hey you might be interested I wrecked a 1995 civic & have a pair of Honda Civic SLR x1 fenders for $200.00, a Spydur Wing Soiler for $200.00 & TYC elegante power mirrows (pair) for $30.00. All brand New still in the box. Fits 2 door 92-95 models. Just looking to get my money back out of them. E-mail me if this helps.
Q: I have a 1993 honda civic dx with a 1.5 ltr engine, when it gets hot out the car won’t start.?
My 1993 honda civic with a 1.5 ltr engine wont start when it is very warm out. I have had this problem for the last 5 years. I read someone else’s posting saying to hit the dashboard on the drivers side because the fuel pump relay is in there, but I have gone to other sites looking to buy that part and it turns out that the relay is actually built into the fuel pump from what I gather. What do I do? And is the fuel pump relay in the dash or the fuel tank with the fuel pump?
A: Should be mounted to the side of the metal frame in front of the drivers door a little into the dash. Here it is for 24.00 on ebay. Thats what it looks like also. If this doesn’t fix the problem, change your ECU. Any questions, e-mail me.