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: car wont start and clutch is engaged fully
June 24, 2016, 07:33 PM
Google > Clutch interlock switch .. This switch insures clutch is 'disengaged' or pedal depressed before engine will start and is likely the culprit.
Question Answered: Can I remove front differential and axles permanently
June 24, 2016, 07:19 PM
Yes! .. However will have to cut/remove the outer cv joints from both axles and leave them in place .. That 'big nut' on the axle holds the hub & bearing in place .. The wheel, hub and bearing will run off vehicle while driving if axles are are simply removed! .. Be careful with this, whomever does the work!!
Question Answered: dome lights will not turn off
June 24, 2016, 04:21 PM
Got a can of WD-40? .. Most likely will take care of this... As long as the dome light is not *manually* turned on at the switch that is... Use the reply feature for more details.
Question Answered: How do I installl the power window motor on the passenger side ? Regulator OK..
June 24, 2016, 02:55 PM
This is from another posted question back in 2013 but it should help with this repair as its the same procedure:
(*IF THE REGULATOR IS OK*) .. There should be 3 dimples in the door where the motor retaining bolts are, drill out these dimples then enlarge the holes enough to access the three bolts or retainers, remove them then the motor will come off from the back side, that is all that needs to be removed or unbolted .. You do not have to remove the lift assembly to replace this motor .. If you do it like i am telling you, the spring is not even tampered with .. It's a 30 min. job tops, even for a diy 'er! .. For more information, reply here or copy & paste the link below to view the 'original' Q&A page: