2006 Honda Civic Questions

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I've replaced the battery and the alternator. All in a five month period . What else should I try ? I don't have email so don't write to me please. I'm book making this site to read any replies . thanks
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 to walmart to get a OBD2 scanner to see if there are any codes that i can read. Whats frustrating is the local honda guy does multi-point check everytime i go there and he said everything looks good, its just couple of weeks ago. Before this no start issue, i noticed the similar issue that it would crank but not turn over but after couple of tries it would just start fine.. should have taken it to the shop without neglecting.
My key won't work electronically. The middle section of the car went dim. I cannot see any of the symbols, where I navigate the Automatic device (put it in reverse, drive, etc). The lights work and the car runs, but the Air Conditioner stopped working. It is just the fan. It's like the middle section of the car is going dead. I have been driving it cross-country. Got a new battery and oil change, before leaving. Any ideas? Thanks !
2006 Honda Civic, have not noticed any problems with steering.
I accidentally revved my car in neutral and when I realized I panicked and shifted to drive. Now my car makes a grinding noise when I accelerate and now it shakes a lot
I replaced the pedal position sensor for $210 already and I've come to find out that wasn't the problem... I'm convinced it's the electric throttle control. I ran the computer on my car to see what's wrong and it said the PPS, so I took the chance and still the car has problems. I'm calling places like good year to get the new part and I wanted to know what kinda price I should expect before they tell me a high number.
the car has been scan,but the end result shows its from the brain box,but if is the shift solenoid how do we go about it, or how can we get completed automaulal shift solenoid for the new honda civic 2006 model, the car is in Nigeria
The car is the new Honda Civic 2006 Model, i want to know the solution to the problems.
i bought the whole ignition switch at autozone it came with keys but i want to program the keys to my 06 honda cIvIc wIth out goIng to dealer
car just started with the problem today
It's the second time it came on . Cost 150 last time which repair was not done . plus cost of another key. Is the problem isolated to the switch ?
Dealer stated verbally that car passed the block test, no leaks and fans working. Then a day later dealer said car failed the hard rev test. Why would it pass one and not the other? Car not getting not at all. Gauge is basically a tad below middle as it always has been. They charged me $95.00 for the diagnosis and I'm confused about their results.
Took car to oil change place. They indicated that the car was low on coolant. Does not leak or get hot. Went on 700 mile trip in 100 plus degree weather and while idling in line after 10 minutes car got warm for about 1 minute and cooled immediately as soon as I started driving. Took to radiator shop did pressure test/ passed. Took to dealer who stated they did a block test and that it passed (message was on phone). I called back and advisor tells me same story but is interrupted and tells me he will call back which is next day and then says they did hard rev test and car failed test. He did not talk about dye, he talked about bubbles on last test. I feel I am being lied to. Car does NOT get hot or warm, runs great, heater works great, no coolant in oil, no white smoke, no leaks and now I check car everyday and coolant level is staying constant. Does this sound like a problem or does it sound like I'm being tricked into getting work done. Also car had a recalled long block which was replaced 80,000 miles ago. Car has NEVER gotten hot.
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