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2003 Honda Civic Questions

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at first the key had to be wiggled, but now it turns to the on position and stop and get stuck so I have to play with it in order to get it out.

The blower motor doesn't want to kick in I've checked the fuses and there good. When I turn on the car in turns on
then stops. What could it be.

Engine seized on the highway. Honda says high revs caused the piston rod the push out and into the oil pan. It was at the dealer 3 months ago when they fixed an oil leak.

2003 honda civic coupe
with 125,000 miles

transmission seems to be fill past the top mark on the dip stick

I just added some freon ...a week ago so now we know that is not the problem? ?? And it happens every time after we drive for about one hour ...then the air conditioner quits working and/or the heat quits working and then we just tear the blower's going nothing comes out of the vents anymore it was working just perfect before then we were getting real cold air out of the air conditioners or real warm air out of the heat and then it doesn't work anymore???

Just filled up on freon...very cold for the first hour then nothing but the blowers. ..same with the heating systems. ...?

coil 4 was misfiring. But when i swaped the coil with another cylinder, the coil was fine. every time i put a different coil in cyl. 4 it misfires. what could be the cause for the misfire other than the coil and spark plug. (All spark plugs are new)

It revs between 2nd and 3rd gear, sometimes 3rd and 4th as well depending on how fast I'm accelerating. I go easy on the gas, sometimes even taking my foot off the pedal completely to try and avoid it, but there's gotta be a solution. I've been told replacing my transmission fluid would do the trick?