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: why i have to get new front pads every 6 months
October 23, 2016, 01:55 PM
Here are a few reasons why! .. Driving habits (using both feet) .. Road conditions (hilly terrain) .. Stop and go traffic (frequent city commuting) .. Poor quality brake pads (discount parts store purchase) .. Rear brakes not working properly and over-loading front brakes (rear brake repair required) .. Residual pressure on brake pads due to hydraulic system contamination or mechanical failure (visual inspection & hands-on testing required) .. Improper installation procedure (suggest professional installation)....
Question Answered: Idle fluctuates between 500-1500 RPM when stopped. It also may stall.
October 23, 2016, 09:55 AM
Google > how to get obd 1 codes from GM vehicles .. On the results page you should see a video link to YouTube plus a diagram showing how to do this .. It's very easy to do then you can post the codes here for more help .. That will cut 'way down' on the guess work!
Question Answered: WHAT CAUSES A CYLINDER 6 MISFIRE?
October 22, 2016, 09:59 PM
▪️Full scan test along with fuel pressure test▪️ .. Test # 6 fuel injector pulse .. Check for vacuum leak(s) .. Good luck!
http://repairpal.com/repair-shops > in your zip code.
Question Answered: trANSmission capacity for a flush and replace
October 22, 2016, 04:00 PM
DO NOT have the transmission FLUSHED!! .. Remove the transmission fluid dipstick and read what it says on the top! .. It says the same thing in the owners manual - which can also 'accurately' answer these questions you've posted first hand. Index is in back of book.