Hello! I just bought a 2012 Civic EX Sedan this week, after needing to retire my 2003 HCH. I had a 2000 VP Sedan for a few years and loved it, but really wanted to give the hybrid a try, so I bought a used 2003 in 2006. Within the first 75,000 miles, she needed a new transmission, and a new...
purchased my 2nd civic 28 days ago now. traded in my 2006 Civic EX for my brand new 2013 Civic EX-L. wasnt entirely planning on getting a new car, was at the dealer getting an oil change and was out looking at the new civic, dealer came out asked if i wanted to take it for a test drive figured...
I'm wondering if any of you know the part number or where to buy this piece in the engine bay that bolts on next to the fender. I circled it too so you guys know what I'm talking about. Thanks!
I just realized that honda changed up the spark plug on us. The plugs in this motor are not anything like what they have been using for the last 30 years.
Mine came with a denso iridum, equivlent to a ngk 7 heat range.
If you want to step up to an 8 heat range you'll need ngk part# ILKR8E6...
Hey everyone....I just bought a new Civic about a month and a half ago. I was an idiot and left the Key Number Tag with the barcode on it on the key ring that I use (they tell you to remove it and put it in a safe place). As a result, it broke and half of it is lost. Does anyone know if this...
Was just about to put mine on and its a bit to big was just wondering what other people's part numbers were? Mine is 75700-snw-003. Thanks for the help.
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My Samsung Skyrocket plays BTA music just fine, with track info showing on the audio iMid screen. But what is the number at the top of the screen? That number is also the ONLY thing shows when on the fuel screen.
Alright this requires no pics, and im not sure if it works the same for the 4dr. but on the coupe its very simple.
Step 1: OPEN THE TRUNK!:wigglesmiley:
Step 2: look under the trunk you'll see where the assembly of the bulb is. you'll the grey part of it, just squeeze the sides of it and...
Think I found a way to update it myself in the event of switching out wheels (lol...worth it if you do it 100 times or more):
With my older Civic, i found Spoon Sports and T1R to be my top favorites for performance. I used some Injen parts in the past, but i ended up selling them within weeks of buying it.
What are your favorite aftermarket performance brands?