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where can I get wiring diagram for 92 Honda Civic

where can I get wiring diagram for 92 Honda Civic LX?

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Here several documents:

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Engine wiring-1992-95 Civic (except VX)

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Engine wiring-1992-95 Civic VX

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Chassis wiring-1992-95 Civic, 1993-95 del Sol


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Chassis wiring-1992-95 Civic, 1993-95 del Sol


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Posted on Aug 19, 2009

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removing honda civic distributor

removing honda civic distributor cap & assembly.

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The distributor is driven directly by the camshaft. The end of the camshaft contains a set of grooves that engage the distributor shaft. These grooves prevent the distributor from being incorrectly installed.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

  1. Using masking tape, remove the spark plug wires from the cap and number them for installation as they are removed.
From 1988-onwards, all Honda Civic series models were fuel injected.
  1. Disconnect the vacuum hoses, the primary wire and the high tension wire. If equipped with fuel injection, remove the four prong connector from the crank angle sensor.
  2. Remove the hold-down bolt(s) and pull the distributor from the head.


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Fig.: Distributor mounting -1992-95 vehicles

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Fig.: Pulling the distributor from where it mates to the camshaft at the right side of the valve cover

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Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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how to instal timming belt

how to instal timming belt on a 1993 honda civic lx / i rplace the distributor ant the tender and the car refuse to start.

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For Timing Belt and Tensioner check this procedure to Removal & Installing

1992-95 Engines
(see Figures 7 and 8)

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Slightly raise and support the driver's side of the vehicle, remove the driver's side wheel. Remove the driver's side wheel well splash shield.
  2. Remove the air conditioning compressor adjust pulley with bracket and the belt (if equipped with air conditioning).
  3. Remove the side engine mount bracket. Loosen the alternator adjust bolt and through-bolt then remove the belt.
  4. Remove the engine support bolts and nuts, then remove the side mount rubber.
  5. Unfasten the crankshaft pulley bolt and remove the crankshaft pulley.
  6. Remove the timing belt upper cover and lower cover.
  7. Mark the rotation of the timing belt (for easy installation). Loosen the adjusting bolt, then remove the timing belt.
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Fig. 7: Exploded view of timing belt assembly including pulleys, sprockets and their mounting-1992-95 D15B7 and D15B8 engines

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Fig. 8: Turn belt as shown in the direction of the arrow. Be sure to check the belt's teeth for wear
Inspect the timing belt. Replace it if it has been in service longer than 90,000 miles, if it is oil soaked (find and correct the source of the oil leak), or if it is worn on the leading edges of the belt teeth.


To install:

  1. Double check the position of the engine. The timing pointer must be aligned with the mark on the flywheel; the cam pulley must be set so the small dot or the word UP is vertical and the marks on the edges of the pulley are aligned with the surface of the head.
  2. Install the belt on the pulleys.
  3. Be sure to adjust the timing belt as follows:
The tensioner is spring-loaded to apply proper tension to the timing belt automatically after making the following adjustment. Be sure to always adjust the timing belt tension with the engine cold.
  1. After installing the timing belt, adjust the belt tension by first rotating the crankshaft counterclockwise 1/4 turn or three teeth on the camshaft pulley (this will put tension on the timing belt). Then, re-tighten the adjusting bolt and finally the tensioner pivot bolt. After adjustments are complete, be sure to re-tighten the crankshaft pulley bolt to specifications.
  2. Start the car and check for smooth operation.
Do not remove the adjusting or pivot bolts, only loosen them. When adjusting, do not use any force other than the adjuster spring. If the belt is too tight, it will result in a shortened belt life.


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Posted on Nov 05, 2010

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Were is tha fuel pump relay switch 92 honda civic

Were is tha fuel pump relay switch 92 honda civic

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Left of fuse box, wedged against left kick panel and above hood latch. Remove fuse box cover and lower dash panel for access.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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Reset 1992 Honda Civic radio code

I bought a used car and of course it was not pack with all the info i needed. No manuals and no radio codes. I had to disconnect my battery and i have to reset my radio code and i dont have it have can i do this or overide the radio anti theft code. My moms has a honda accord and she doesnt have the code neither. Please help. a teenager with no music

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The Unlock Code and the device unit's serial number are listed on the anti-theft ID card that comes with the vehicle. The card is usually placed in the glove box at the time of delivery. Use the Unlock Code listed on this card. For certain models, the dealer may have placed a label with the device serial number on the glove box. eb235a0.jpg ----------------- If you cant find it, you need 3 things

1. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)

2. Phone Number and Zip Code Information

  • For security purposes, we(HONDA) verify ownership by comparing the phone number, zip code, and VIN you enter with those we have on file. Unless you have updated these values through Customer Services, the phone number and zip code will be those on file at the time the vehicle was purchased.
3. Device Serial Number
  • you need the radio's serial number. since it is located on the back of the radio. your gonna need the pull the radio to get it.

Then CLICK HERE and enter the information for automated code retrieval.

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or you can pull out the radio, take it to the service dept. of a honda dealership and ask them if then can look up the code for you. they might ask you for your vehicles VIN, so you might wanna have that written down.
i always get a marker (Sharpie) and write the code on the top of the radio. that way you can't loose it.

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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how often to replace cv boots/cv joints/axle?

This is regarding my 1992 Honda Civic. Two years ago (early 2007) I was told that my cv boots were torn and should be replaced soon. I checked around and found it would be probably be better to replace the whole axle. I had this done in May 2008, less than 1 year ago. The other day I had the oil changed (at the same place that replaced the cv joint/axle last May) and they said I had a torn cv boot and should replace the whole axle. This sounded familiar! I don't drive that much, about 7,000 miles per year. Should I need to have this done again this soon?

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If something off the road tore the boot, yes but if it has not been tore long and you don't hear any clicking noises around corners, you can just replace the boot.

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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My tail lights stay on when I turn car off

My tail lights stay on when I turn car off and put in park which is killing my battery, also my brake lights do not come on when i press brake pedal I checked fuses and they are good. I bought a stop light switch but I can't locate it HELP

92' Honda civic lx

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It sounds like your brake pedal switch is not working right. Are the lights on all the time, or just when you turn ignition off? If the former, it is bad brake switch. If the latter, you likely have a bad ground located somewhere in the wiring harness.

Most vehicles have the switch located on a small plate next to the brake pedal arm. Follow the pedal up the arm and to the firewall. Along the way you should see a plunger style switch that looks like the one that you bought. It might also be found inside or next to the brake booster under the hood.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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my tail lights and brake lights stay on even when ignition off

2000 honda civic lights stay on regardless of brakeing or parking turn signals do work but all others stay iluminated unless battery is disconnected

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bad earth to lamp clusters usually when tow bar electrics fitted - or chaffed wired in lamp feed

Posted on Sep 02, 2009

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my 92 honda civic wont spark i have fixed the

my 92 honda civic wont spark i have fixed the distributor, spark plugs and relay. it only has like 130000 miles on it and it was fine until one day i went to the hospital and i came out later and it wouldnt start... ideas?

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Hello,check the fuel pressure and that the rotor button is turning .If it is not turning when starting the engine,then most likely the timing belt has broken.Any how ,check the timing belt to see if it has jumped.If the timing belt is not broken,and the rotor button isn`t turning,then the timing belt is sheared and is sitting still while the cam gear is turning.Check these things and let me know if I can help any further.>>>roniecon@gmail.com

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

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Dashboard on Honda Civic 2002 not working

Hi, I have a Honda Civic 2002 all of a sudden my entire dashboard stopped working so my odometer, speed meter, temperature and fuel gauge are not working. My entire dashboard looks like the car is turned off. When my hand brake is on the light doesn't show up on the dashboard either.
I have also checked all the fuse and everything is working properly. The problem is that sometimes the dashboard works and other days it just doesn't work, its very strange.
Any suggestions?

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There is 2 harnesses near the bottom of the steering column that you should check. Also change the block fuses in fuse box.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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