2006 Honda Civic Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2006 Honda Civic

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2006 Honda Civic
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368
to $
539
2006 Honda Civic
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146
to $
319
2006 Honda Civic
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368
to $
684
2006 Honda Civic
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1,077
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1,983
2006 Honda Civic
$
804
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1,341

2006 Honda Civic Problems

Door Lock May be Not Turn Due to Worn Tumblers

Worn door locks (tumblers) can cause the lock not to work. Removing the lock and replacing the worn parts (tumblers) is needed to get the lock working again.

Airbag Light Due to Failed Occupant Position Sensor

The airbag warning light (SRS) may illuminate due to a defective occupant position sensor. Honda has a recall campaign to replace defective sensors on affected cars.

Vibration, Roughness, and Rattle Due to Damaged Engine Mounts

Damaged engine mounts can lead to vibration and roughness felt in the steering wheel. A rattle in the dash and engine area may also be heard. Replacement of damaged mounts will commonly correct these issues.

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2006 Honda Civic Questions

Is there a recall on 2006 honda civic Si air bag light stays on my car paid for (1 answer)

My car is paid for completely so can I get it fixed for free is there a recall on why air bag stays on all the time

My transmission at times will not change to 4th or 5th gear. Why? (1 answer)

my car is 2006 Honda civic coupe ex 1.4L automatic, had a crash on the drier side. when i start driving the gears shift properly but some of the days i start driving and by the time i hit 60 mph, the 5th gear kicks in and the rpm drops to about 2000 rpm, but it will stay at forth gear and rage at...

Car wont Start, no Crank either, engine oil, brake, check engine ON. New battery (2 answers)

Did a oil change service at a local honda dealer, battery is brand new, couple of months old, tested it at adancedauto too. Car wont start, just hearing a click, wont crank or turn over. Engine oil, Battery and check engine three lights on and they are steady. What would be the issue ? heading ...

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2006 Honda Civic Recalls

Passenger Frontal Air Bag Inflator Ruptures On Deployment

The passenger frontal air bag inflator may rupture on deployment, causing metal fragments to come through the air bag and injure occupants. Dealers will replace the passenger frontal air bag inflator free of charge to resolve the concern.

Honda Recalls Certain 1998-2007 Civic CNG Vehicles to Add Insulation for the CNG Tank

Honda recalled certain compressed natural gas (CNG) Civic vehicles to add insulation to the rear seat back. In the event of an interior fire, the CNG tank could become compromised due to uneven heating, preventing the pressure relief safety device from functioning as designed. If the tank heats and does not vent the contents, the tank could rupture and explode. Dealers will install the insulation to help protect the tank from uneven heating.

Honda Recalls 2006-2007 Civic Hybrid and CNG Models for Possible Brake Light Switch Failure

Honda is recalling 2006-2007 Civic Hybrid and CNG models to address a concern about the excessive lubricant used for the telescoping steering column, which may drip onto and damage the brake light switch. If this happens, the brake lights could become inoperative and the shifter may not release from the "Park" position. Honda will replace the brake light switch and install a protective cover over the brake light switch free of charge.

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2006 Honda Civic Reviews

Rated
based on 9 customer reviews
Bought brand new in 10/2005 as new 2006 Civic LX, manual tran. Yesterday, 3/01/13, gave car to my adult son...this morning the clutch started to go...How bad does THAT make me feel?? How much is dealer replacement clutch going to cost? Mileage: 103k....I sure expected more! Had manual tran Saab for 15 years...original clutch... :-(
my questions is this..I have a 1996 honda civic ex with 69,000 miles that I inherited. IT is a Michigan car, and a mechnic where i live in colorado just discovered that the front subframe needed replacement due to severe rust. My question is...at what point will i need a timing belt replacement and will it be a belt that needs replacement or a chain?
I bought this car used and, so far, am very pleased. GPM? On the hiway, if I don't go over 57mph I get 42/43 mpg, at 65 I get 36mpg, at 75 I get 32 mpg. I stay in the right hand lane a don't get any sas from the truckers. I have 46K miles on the car. Bill Kirk

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