Go Back   Honda Civic Forum > Honda Civics by Generation > 7th Gen > Mechanical Problems/Vehicle Issues and Fix-it Forum
Register Forgot Password?

Mechanical Problems/Vehicle Issues and Fix-it Forum If you've got a problem you just can't figure out, a noise you can't diagnose, or a Check Engine Light that won't go away, ask about it here!

Welcome to civicforums.com!
Welcome to civicforums.com.

You are currently viewing our forum as a guest, which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. By joining our community, at no cost, you will have access to start new topics, reply to conversations, privately message other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and access many other special features. Registration is free, fast and simple, so please join civicforums.com today!



Reply
 
 
 
 
LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread
Old 10-07-2006   #1
Registered!!
 
Join Date: Jul 2006
Posts: 10
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
zigzagzen is an unknown quantity at this point
Blinking Battery light

Hey everyone. I am back. You where all very helpful 3 months ago when my alternator died and left me and my family stranded on the NY Thruway. I have a new issue involving my alternator. I had the orginal replaced ( and battery ) 3 months ago and all was fine untill about 2 weeks ago the battery light started flickering very randomly. If you blinked you would miss it. I took the car back to the shop that did the work and they hooked it up to a machine to check the battery and alternator. According the report printout everything was running fine. The service manager asked if I hit any big puddles recently because water can cause this. It was a very rainy day. Either way, the test showed everything working fine. 2 weeks later the light is still flickering but with more frequency now... should I have it re-tested? Do you think the alternator is going again?

Thanks in advance for your help
zigzagzen is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-07-2006   #2
Registered!!
 
Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: Stonington,CT
Posts: 107
Images: 5
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
j.lu is an unknown quantity at this point
Send a message via MSN to j.lu Send a message via Yahoo to j.lu
Yes re-tested is the alternator
j.lu is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-07-2006   #3
Super Moderator



 
Join Date: Sep 2002
Location: NV
Age: 34
Posts: 51,281
Points: 146,804, Level: 100
Points: 146,804, Level: 100 Points: 146,804, Level: 100 Points: 146,804, Level: 100
Level up: 0%, 0 Points needed
Level up: 0% Level up: 0% Level up: 0%
Activity: 54.5%
Activity: 54.5% Activity: 54.5% Activity: 54.5%
Images: 178
iTrader: (95)
Rep Power: 672
gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute
well if the alternator is bad, the light should stay on. i think flickering suggests something wrong with the circuit, or maybe the ELD. the light comes on when there is insufficient voltage available, so since its flickering it means the alternator or battery (or both) are not able to keep up with the car's requirements. something is wrong with the charging system, have you checked your grounds for corrosion? stock grounds get destroyed within a couple years to the point where they would need to be replaced. you can change them with 4 gauge thick wire and gold plate ring terminals. but it seems like your voltage is not smooth like it should be. do you have a voltmeter you can hook up, cause that will show you whats happening and you can see how low it goes when the light flickers again.
__________________
2002 Honda Civic EX Auto
gearbox is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-07-2006   #4
Registered!!
 
Join Date: Jul 2006
Posts: 10
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
zigzagzen is an unknown quantity at this point
No voltmeter but I can get one

I am a real novice - how do I hook one up and run it?
zigzagzen is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-07-2006   #5
Super Moderator



 
Join Date: Sep 2002
Location: NV
Age: 34
Posts: 51,281
Points: 146,804, Level: 100
Points: 146,804, Level: 100 Points: 146,804, Level: 100 Points: 146,804, Level: 100
Level up: 0%, 0 Points needed
Level up: 0% Level up: 0% Level up: 0%
Activity: 54.5%
Activity: 54.5% Activity: 54.5% Activity: 54.5%
Images: 178
iTrader: (95)
Rep Power: 672
gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute gearbox has a reputation beyond repute
well a volt gauge would work, just hook to the battery + and - then when the car is off it should be around 12v and then with car on around 14. i think you can do it with multimeter. you need something that will give a real time (constant) readout as the voltage is changing so you can see if there are spikes. you could goto radioshack and maybe theyll know what you need.
__________________
2002 Honda Civic EX Auto
gearbox is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-10-2006   #6
Registered!!
 
Join Date: Jul 2006
Posts: 10
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
zigzagzen is an unknown quantity at this point
Update

Car died again on the way to work. Had to get a tow. My mechanic has put in yet another alternator but said the charging system isn't working as well as it should. Again, it is working - just not well. He doesn't want to charge a ton in diagnosing fees and thought it might be better if I bring it to Honda. I called the local Honda Dealer and they won't even look at it untill I get the remote starter out of there!
So.. more appts are ahead of me. Has anyone had a problem with remote starters? I find it hard to believe that the problem will be that since the starter has been in for over 2 years and this problem is only 3 months old.


Any advice?
zigzagzen is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-10-2006   #7
Registered!!
 
chickenbuster's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Grande Prairie, AB, Canada
Age: 31
Posts: 23
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
chickenbuster is an unknown quantity at this point
Before I had my command start put in my car, I checked with the Honda dealership and they said that it would not affect the warranty at all. I have had no problem with my dealership.
chickenbuster is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-10-2006   #8
Registered!!

 
Join Date: May 2006
Location: Markham, Ontario, Canada
Posts: 15
Points: 5,267, Level: 46
Points: 5,267, Level: 46 Points: 5,267, Level: 46 Points: 5,267, Level: 46
Level up: 59%, 83 Points needed
Level up: 59% Level up: 59% Level up: 59%
Activity: 2.5%
Activity: 2.5% Activity: 2.5% Activity: 2.5%
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
Turbo351 is an unknown quantity at this point
I had a blinking voltage light at idle, and fine at any rpm above idle. Battery voltage was normal, over 13v at idle. It was like this for about 6 months and then the voltage went crazy. Battery voltage was 16-18v. Changed the alternator and all is good, no more blinking light either.
Turbo351 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-11-2006   #9
Registered!!
 
darklegacy540's Avatar
 
Join Date: Nov 2002
Location: San Diego, CA
Age: 32
Posts: 989
iTrader: (1)
Rep Power: 0
darklegacy540 is on a distinguished road
Send a message via ICQ to darklegacy540 Send a message via Yahoo to darklegacy540
I had the same issue when I ran the stock alternator after a couple years. The light would blink periodically. I checked my voltage with the car running and at best, my car was running at 13.2 volts instead of the 13.9-14.7 it SHOULD be. I replaced my alternator and battery with Stinger components and all is fine now.
__________________
MECP First Class Certified Installer

Quote:
Originally Posted by shaman
My 2002 civic tops out at 180 km/h........
Quote:
Originally Posted by bradmanuwf
dude, that's gay. you are going to have people going out to their cars now to see what 180 km/h is in mp/h....lol
darklegacy540 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-11-2006   #10
Registered!!
 
Join Date: Jul 2006
Posts: 10
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
zigzagzen is an unknown quantity at this point
Do you think I just had bad luck

and had a bad alternator replace my stock? 3rd time should be the charm?

Normally I wouldn't worry to much but with winter coming I don't want to have the car die on me on a cold day with the baby in the car.

by the way, this forum is great!
zigzagzen is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-12-2006   #11
Registered!!
 
Join Date: Jul 2006
Posts: 10
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
zigzagzen is an unknown quantity at this point
How many Peak amps?

The Honda dealer is telling me that the AC Delco alternator isn't as good as a Honda and my car should be running at 63 peak amps but my 2nd new AC Delco alternator is only running at 19. Does this sound right to anyone ?

Does anyone know where I can find what the peak amp rating should be on the car?

Thanks,
Rich
zigzagzen is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-12-2006   #12
25+ Years Driving Japanese Automobiles

 
CraigW's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2005
Posts: 3,764
Points: 25,874, Level: 96
Points: 25,874, Level: 96 Points: 25,874, Level: 96 Points: 25,874, Level: 96
Level up: 53%, 476 Points needed
Level up: 53% Level up: 53% Level up: 53%
Activity: 68.6%
Activity: 68.6% Activity: 68.6% Activity: 68.6%
iTrader: (1)
Rep Power: 156
CraigW is a glorious beacon of light CraigW is a glorious beacon of light CraigW is a glorious beacon of light CraigW is a glorious beacon of light CraigW is a glorious beacon of light CraigW is a glorious beacon of light
When I looked at the autozone site they were showing 70 amp replacements, the figures Honda gave you are probably correct or close.

I have never had ANY good luck with any re-man or re-built alternators or starters.
CraigW is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-12-2006   #13
Registered!!
 
Join Date: Jun 2002
Location: Houston, Texas, US
Posts: 64
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
xylamic is an unknown quantity at this point
Send a message via AIM to xylamic
I personally would check the ground cables like someone else recommended. I believe a flickering light is a sign of a connection fading in and out (loose).

Also, the remote start thing is stupid, just try another dealership where they aren't ****s.
__________________
"Oh, no! My roots lie not in any Earthly nation's soil. I am an elemental spirit summoned up from the Land of the Dead itself and given one purpose, one skill, one desire... TO DRIVE! Or, to change oil or adjust timing belts if no driving jobs are open." - Grim Fandango
xylamic is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-12-2006   #14
Ultimate Member
 
teampointless's Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2004
Age: 32
Posts: 4,159
iTrader: (10)
Rep Power: 0
teampointless has a brilliant future teampointless has a brilliant future teampointless has a brilliant future teampointless has a brilliant future teampointless has a brilliant future teampointless has a brilliant future teampointless has a brilliant future teampointless has a brilliant future teampointless has a brilliant future teampointless has a brilliant future teampointless has a brilliant future
Send a message via AIM to teampointless Send a message via Yahoo to teampointless
Run to Autozone and have it tested. It takes us all of 3 minutes with it on the car.
teampointless is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-13-2006   #15
Registered!!
 
Join Date: Jul 2006
Posts: 10
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
zigzagzen is an unknown quantity at this point
Update.. things just got really interesting

My original mechanic and I have been thinking something other than the alternator is the root of the problem but he didn't have the proper diagnostic tools for it. I went to Honda where they said it needs to be a Honda part. I went for it to the tune of 500 bucks with install. Today Honda calls me to say after further review they have also found that the load distribution box isn't functioning properly and needs to be replaced. 30 dollars and no labor charge. I said go ahead and do it. A few minutes later, the bells went off in my head.
I called back and asked if perhaps this box he spoke is the reason each alternator I put in is defective.. maybe it isn't the alternator at all. He then said " well, to tell you the truth - we replaced this box yesterday with the old alternator already in there and the box worked fine but the alternator didn't, so the alternator is also a problem"

I feel like I was just taken for a nice 500 dollar ride for Honda... Any thoughts ?
zigzagzen is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-13-2006   #16
Registered!!
 
Join Date: Jun 2002
Location: Houston, Texas, US
Posts: 64
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
xylamic is an unknown quantity at this point
Send a message via AIM to xylamic
Yea, that sounds a little funny to me. I don't think theirs much you do about it though. You can try yelling at them.
__________________
"Oh, no! My roots lie not in any Earthly nation's soil. I am an elemental spirit summoned up from the Land of the Dead itself and given one purpose, one skill, one desire... TO DRIVE! Or, to change oil or adjust timing belts if no driving jobs are open." - Grim Fandango
xylamic is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 07-10-2009   #17
Registered!!
 
Join Date: Jul 2009
Posts: 1
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
smyrna is an unknown quantity at this point
Re: Blinking Battery light

Hi. The same thing thing happened to me, except I had to get my alternator replaced four times before someone guessed it might have to do with the fact that these new alternators were not Honda-specific--and he was right. A lot of times, mechanics just replace a damaged Honda alternator with a generic alternator, which don't fit as well, resulting in the battery light blinking/flashing and the eventual death of the car. You need to get a Honda-specific alternator. Problem solved.
smyrna is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 07-21-2009   #18
Registered!!
 
Join Date: Jul 2009
Posts: 1
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
poeticrain is an unknown quantity at this point
Re: Blinking Battery light

I just bought a 2002 Honda Civic EX and the first time I test drove it the car had no power and the guy said it needed a new alternator. After they replaced it, it seemed to be fine but after a few days the battery light was flickering. I'm thinking maybe I am having the same issues as well.
poeticrain is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 09-29-2009   #19
Registered!!
 
Join Date: Sep 2009
Posts: 2
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
Shmudda is an unknown quantity at this point
Re: Blinking Battery light

Just today I had the alternator replaced on my 2002 Honda Civic. Again, like all the rest on here my light was flickering until the car just died. It was replaced with a Honda unit made by Mitzubishi. Should I be more aware of potential problems down the line with this as others have had??

Craig
Shmudda is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 02-12-2010   #20
Registered!!

 
kbook's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Michigan
Age: 35
Posts: 269
Points: 8,015, Level: 60
Points: 8,015, Level: 60 Points: 8,015, Level: 60 Points: 8,015, Level: 60
Level up: 33%, 135 Points needed
Level up: 33% Level up: 33% Level up: 33%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 103
kbook has a spectacular aura about kbook has a spectacular aura about kbook has a spectacular aura about
Re: Blinking Battery light

Damn... I am having the same problem. After got the alt changed, I saw the battery light randomly blinked. I think I need to go back and ask the service clerk about the alt spec then.
__________________
CR-V 2008 EX-L
============
kbook is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 02-12-2010   #21
Registered!!

 
Join Date: Jan 2010
Posts: 30
Points: 2,464, Level: 30
Points: 2,464, Level: 30 Points: 2,464, Level: 30 Points: 2,464, Level: 30
Level up: 10%, 136 Points needed
Level up: 10% Level up: 10% Level up: 10%
Activity: 4.3%
Activity: 4.3% Activity: 4.3% Activity: 4.3%
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
2002civic1.7 is an unknown quantity at this point
Re: Blinking Battery light

lol this happens to me too, only when its PISSING down rain, when i hit a big puddle, or ALOT of slush.... so check the wires maybe, i pulled over when it was raining under an over pass and pushed on the rubber protectors and it fixes mine, maybe the wire is worn out gettin rusty, bunch of broken strands on the wire, i never really looked hard into it, i avoid big puddles and slush now so it doesn't happen much to me...
2002civic1.7 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 02-24-2010   #22
Registered!!

 
kbook's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Michigan
Age: 35
Posts: 269
Points: 8,015, Level: 60
Points: 8,015, Level: 60 Points: 8,015, Level: 60 Points: 8,015, Level: 60
Level up: 33%, 135 Points needed
Level up: 33% Level up: 33% Level up: 33%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 103
kbook has a spectacular aura about kbook has a spectacular aura about kbook has a spectacular aura about
Re: Blinking Battery light

I think I just walked the same path like zigzagzen did : (

I think I will try to replace the ELD then...
__________________
CR-V 2008 EX-L
============
kbook is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-17-2010   #23
Registered!!
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: alberta canada
Posts: 1
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
86civicGLmanual is an unknown quantity at this point
Send a message via ICQ to 86civicGLmanual
Exclamation Re: Blinking Battery light

hey i got an 86 civic GL with similar problems of a blinking battery light. Also when the battery light comes on the headlights get brighter but it feels like the engine lugs a little. and for some reason it keeps blowing my high beams on me even though its a single bulb setup, i had replaced both with new lights, and one blew out on the way home from putting it in. Then when the battery light turns off my lights get pretty dim and like i said blown highbeams. . i have changed a cracked battery post thinking it might have been the problem, i have tested my alternator and it is working except when the battery light comes on and i am in a lower gear, going slow, i can hear a whirring noise coming from the alternator, but i had replaced it recently with a new one. some times the light comes on in neutral and sometimes it comes on in any of the gears i am driving in
if anyone has any idea wtf is going on i would much appreciate it as this is a good little car that still runs good with this problem and i would like to extend its life

Last edited by 86civicGLmanual; 03-17-2010 at 04:09 PM.
86civicGLmanual is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-24-2010   #24
Registered!!

 
kbook's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Michigan
Age: 35
Posts: 269
Points: 8,015, Level: 60
Points: 8,015, Level: 60 Points: 8,015, Level: 60 Points: 8,015, Level: 60
Level up: 33%, 135 Points needed
Level up: 33% Level up: 33% Level up: 33%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 103
kbook has a spectacular aura about kbook has a spectacular aura about kbook has a spectacular aura about
Re: Blinking Battery light

Went back to the shop change to another new rebuilt alternator and now the belt makes squeaky noise now. : )

So far, there is no battery light coming up now.
__________________
CR-V 2008 EX-L
============
kbook is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-24-2014   #25
Registered!!

 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Posts: 2
Points: 50, Level: 1
Points: 50, Level: 1 Points: 50, Level: 1 Points: 50, Level: 1
Level up: 50%, 50 Points needed
Level up: 50% Level up: 50% Level up: 50%
Activity: 7.7%
Activity: 7.7% Activity: 7.7% Activity: 7.7%
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
sonofaphrodite is an unknown quantity at this point
Re: Blinking Battery light

hey im new here however ive been looking on this forum for a while ever since i had to replace my alternator in my 2003 civic ex manual, however today i have a new problem. i replaced my alternator around thanksgiving so roughly 2 months ago everything was fine till today when my battery light would blink when ever i was in gear accelerating knowing this was a problem i made it home as fast as i could. on the way home my abs light when on for some reason, i replaced my battery around around august. you guys have been a huge help so far but any ideas on what i need to do? i tried to jump it and it turned on but then i turned it off and tried again and it started but barely, now it wont start at all. please help - chuck
sonofaphrodite is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-24-2014   #26
7th Gen Civic DIY Enthusiast!


 
Matt_75's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Honolulu, HI USA
Age: 38
Posts: 759
Points: 4,925, Level: 44
Points: 4,925, Level: 44 Points: 4,925, Level: 44 Points: 4,925, Level: 44
Level up: 88%, 25 Points needed
Level up: 88% Level up: 88% Level up: 88%
Activity: 22.2%
Activity: 22.2% Activity: 22.2% Activity: 22.2%
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 46
Matt_75 is a jewel in the rough Matt_75 is a jewel in the rough Matt_75 is a jewel in the rough Matt_75 is a jewel in the rough
Re: Blinking Battery light

After market or OEM alternator? If it's a cheap after market alt it's probably already going bad. I made the same mistake and went after market and mine failed a few months down the road with similar symptoms. I ended up killing my battery as well. I learned my lesson and went with an OEM reman. That was three years ago.

The ABS light coming on is the ECU systematically shutting down none essential functions. The ECU sounds like it was doing it's job.
__________________
Common sense is so rare these days that it should be classified as a super power.
Matt_75 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-27-2014   #27
Registered!!

 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Posts: 2
Points: 50, Level: 1
Points: 50, Level: 1 Points: 50, Level: 1 Points: 50, Level: 1
Level up: 50%, 50 Points needed
Level up: 50% Level up: 50% Level up: 50%
Activity: 7.7%
Activity: 7.7% Activity: 7.7% Activity: 7.7%
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 0
sonofaphrodite is an unknown quantity at this point
Re: Blinking Battery light

not an oem one just picked it up at autozone and installed it with my brother and alrighty thanks a ton ill take a look into buying a new oem one - chuck
sonofaphrodite is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-27-2014   #28
25+ Years Driving Japanese Automobiles

 
CraigW's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2005
Posts: 3,764
Points: 25,874, Level: 96
Points: 25,874, Level: 96 Points: 25,874, Level: 96 Points: 25,874, Level: 96
Level up: 53%, 476 Points needed
Level up: 53% Level up: 53% Level up: 53%
Activity: 68.6%
Activity: 68.6% Activity: 68.6% Activity: 68.6%
iTrader: (1)
Rep Power: 156
CraigW is a glorious beacon of light CraigW is a glorious beacon of light CraigW is a glorious beacon of light CraigW is a glorious beacon of light CraigW is a glorious beacon of light CraigW is a glorious beacon of light
Re: Blinking Battery light

My Honda mechanic suggest factory rebuilt units for better pricing, and to avoid 3rd party re-man trash.
CraigW is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-27-2014   #29
Does a commando wear underwear?



 
ezone's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Pissing off more people before 9am than most people do all day long.
Posts: 12,936
Points: 60,660, Level: 100
Points: 60,660, Level: 100 Points: 60,660, Level: 100 Points: 60,660, Level: 100
Level up: 0%, 0 Points needed
Level up: 0% Level up: 0% Level up: 0%
Activity: 100.0%
Activity: 100.0% Activity: 100.0% Activity: 100.0%
iTrader: (0)
Rep Power: 185
ezone has a reputation beyond repute ezone has a reputation beyond repute ezone has a reputation beyond repute ezone has a reputation beyond repute ezone has a reputation beyond repute ezone has a reputation beyond repute ezone has a reputation beyond repute ezone has a reputation beyond repute ezone has a reputation beyond repute ezone has a reputation beyond repute ezone has a reputation beyond repute
LOL #youcantbeserious OMGWTFBBQ Seriously? I'm not 12. lookitmelookitmelookitmelookitmelookitme
Re: Blinking Battery light

Operating voltage that is too low or too high can cause all sorts of weird problems with electronics.

Worth mentioning:
If the alternator mounting bolts were left loose, or the battery ground cables to the engine and trans have problems, you can FRY the PCM.

The PCM controls the voltage regulator and the red battery (charge) light, and some of the gauges and warning lights.
__________________
******************************************
The postings on this site are my own and donít necessarily represent
Hondas or my dealerships positions, policies, procedures, strategies or opinions.
******************************************
ezone is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-27-2014
CivicForums
Honda Civic




Paid Advertisement
 
 
 
Reply


Tags
2001 , alternator , battery , battiery , blink , blinking , blinks , car , civic , flashing , honda , indicator , light , low , rpm

Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are On
Pingbacks are On
Refbacks are On

  
User Login
Our Partners


used new
Top 10 Threads
Maintenance required light
Who's had a bad transmission? *UPDATED*
Is your Check Engine Light, SRS Light, Or ABS Light On? If so, Please Read
P0135 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
Your answer may be here! TSB / Honda Complaint Address / Etc...
DRL Problem
If you have idle issues look here before posting!!!
Overheating common causes - reference
DIY: replacing power window motor assembly on my civic coupe
ODB II Codes


All times are GMT -5. The time now is 12:31 AM.

   
Advertising - Privacy Statement - Terms of Service - Jobs
Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.7.5
Copyright ©2000 - 2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
All Content Copyright © 2007 CivicForums.com
Emails Backup