Question Asked: More info.
November 21, 2012, 08:11 AM
The engine is a SOHC for the civic in my other question.
Question Asked: Civic sedan 1.7
November 21, 2012, 07:41 AM
Installed new timing componets (all) along with front eng. mount. Customer
says now has a vibe @ idle but runs great! Looked at other mounts look ok.
It does vibrate very little but cant say it was not there before the work. In gear
holding brk. with throttle engine doesn't move in drive or rev. like another mount is bad. 377,000 mi. In drive it is better than rev. I want to blame a mtr. mount but just don't see it. Any ideas.
Question Answered: can't get back wheel off because has rusted on. Cost to replace?
December 08, 2016, 07:31 PM
Also - liberally spraying wheel at lug studs and back side with a penetrate such as PB B'laster or WD-40 will help loosen rust and aid in wheel removal... It's got to come off without cutting it off! .. If vehicle is still drivable, consider visiting repair shop... Replace and tighten *lug nuts* first!
Question Answered: My ac does not blow any air
December 08, 2016, 07:19 PM
Possibly open (blown) fuse... Refer to owners manual .. Full index in back pages of book.
Question Answered: Picture of timimg marks for the 3.1
December 08, 2016, 03:02 PM
After tear down, was the timing chain and or components 'obviously' in need of replacement on this 3.1 GM engine? .. What were the symptoms that lead to this conclusion .. Just courious.
Question Answered: Won't go in gear while running out new slave cycled and master
December 08, 2016, 02:57 PM
There should have been a noticeable difference in pedal travel in addition to resistance as clutch pedal was depressed to shift gears - on your way home .. 'IF' pedal still seems to be the same as before, suspect clutch disc or pressure (release) plate failure.
Question Answered: do i really need to get the rear backing plate replaced? .
December 08, 2016, 11:27 AM
Backing plate 'shield' is indeed necessary equipment .. Otherwise it wouldn't have been installed in the first place! As for the consequences of not having it in place, personally I can not say what may evolve... However it does keep out road debris that may impede brake performance.
Question Answered: Could my ignition switch be stuck in the cranking position
December 08, 2016, 10:32 AM
That small starter wire is shorted to battery power and it may indeed be inside of the ignition 'electrical' starter switch or a failed relay .. I don't know your skill level but the *starter relay* needs to be tested first .. 'IF' relay is ok the wire harness connector that is attached to the switch, under dash, can be unhooked to see if small starter wire is still hot .. If unhooking the switch wire connector turns off power to the starter wire .. Replace ignition electrical switch .. IF battery power is still present at the small starter wire connector under hood > find and repair shorted wiring .. See owners manual for relay location in under hood fuse box .. Here is a video link that may help:
Seek 'car savvy' hands-on help if needed .. Good luck