20 Most Recent 2005 Honda Civic Questions & Answers


Low fuel pressure

2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 10, 2019


Spray oil in the latch and open close real fast

2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Jan 26, 2019


ok your radio displays ERR , OK 3 options let it sit for an hour turned on , to reture to CODE display , or pull the radio fuse out for a minute and put it back in , returning to the CODE display , or disconnect the battery for a minute , returning to the CODE display . you got the ERR display because the code was wrong or not entered correctly , make your choice of getting the radio back to the CODE display by 1 of those 3 choices , while the radio displays CODE , use the preset buttons , if the first number of your code is 4 , then press the #1 preset button 4 time , when the first number has been input , put the 2nd number in by pressing the #2 prest button , if 2nd number of code is 8 , press the # 2 preset button 8 times till the # 8 is displayed , and so on . you see where this is giong ? when you have entered all the numbers correctly you will have you radio back . when you say you have the radio code , good luck ! were rooting for ya .

J5

2005 Honda Civic | Answered on May 24, 2018


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2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 09, 2018


Hello Carey Martin,

Totally FREE circuit drawings and TECHNICAL
Service Bulletins (TSBs) are available for most
USA Market vehicles (import & domestic.

Registration is required as these are usually
authentic/specific FACTORY drawings.

Your trouble sounds a little more like
some skilled advise would help... (rather
than being whooshed off in the DOCUMENTS
direction...
(Most likely: burnt bulb/bad connection)

IF your metal to metal surface (or electrical)
contacts are heavily corroded together... the first
REMEDY you could try...

Apply some LIQUID WRENCH (sparingly)
and let it soak in... Re-apply for better coverage
(to soak MORE in).

It is most commonly available in SPRAY cans...
I do NOT recommend applying it to electrical
surfaces in the spray form: Get the small drip
bottle or SPRAY into a suitable container... then
use a tooth-pick to apply to your HEAD-LIGHT
Surfaces...
KEEP all these sprays, grease & finger
marks very FAR AWAY from GLASS &
REFLECTIVE surfaces.

When you do FINALLY expose you electrical
contacts... REMOVE all dirt & corrosion.
Burnish the contact surfaces with a soft pencil
and put a protective layer of WHITE LITHIUM
grease (or at least Vaseline... SPARINGLY) on
those surfaces BEFORE reconnecting BATERY.

Amazon com Liquid Wrench L112 Penetrating Oil Spray 11 oz Automotive

Amazon com Lucas Oil 10533 White Lithium Grease 8 oz Squeeze Tube...

Hope this gets you started (comment me back
(I used to read Circuit Drawings for a living)).

Carnac the Magnificent

2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 03, 2018


If this is an OEM Honda radio you can get the code for free at the Honda Owners Link. All you have to do is go there and sign up. Once you are signed up just log in and click the quick link, (Retrieve Radio Code). The page that comes up will require that you have the Vehicle VIN # and your address and phone #. It will also require you to have the radio Serial #. You will be able to get the serial # off the radio display by following the directions on the site.
https://www.ahm-ownerlink.com/login.asp?page=%2Fprod%5Fhome%2Easp

2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Feb 22, 2018


There is a wiring harness that connects all those lights on the trunk lid to the system. There usually is a connection to take the trunk lid off. IT is near the hinge support legs that lead from the lid to the hinges under the rear deck of the passenger compartment. Check that connection to be sure that it is not loose or damaged. IF it is not loose or damaged then the ground connection through the chassis parts that mount the trunk lid are suspect or there is a broken wire in the harness.

2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Jan 26, 2018


Here are the options for disarming a factory alarm while it's going off:

1. Close all doors, trunk and hood. Alarm will stop after preset time.

2. Hit the unlock or lock button on the remote. (One of the 2 works... I just don't remember which.)

3. With all doors, trunk and hood close, insert the key in the driver's door and unlock/lock the doors manually.

Also, is it a factory security system? Is it a honda key fob? or a remote start system perhaps?

2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Dec 21, 2017


indicates a problem hydraulic cam followers leaking down when let sit for a time
they can be removed and checked with a leak down test but for the years and the mileage , it may be best to just replace them with new units

2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Nov 16, 2017


Question - is the car running fine? - any issues? If all is fine and the engine is running like it always has leave it alone since you may have sensors sending out incorrect info. Wait till something valid goes wrong . Mechanic you spoke to is full of it. Unburnt gas in combustion chamber comes out as black carbon, a by product of incomplete combustion. Is your exhaust black? Bet you it's not!

2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Sep 22, 2017


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2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Jul 02, 2017


Sounds like you have a bad ground somewhere. Get a voltmeter and start probing around and wiggling connections, like the battery to engine and frame.

2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Jun 02, 2017


simple fix is to remove the wiper arms and reposition in the rest position when the wipers are switched off

2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Jan 14, 2017


Neither is your code, what you have is the serial number of the radio that will allow the radio code to be generated!

contact this link for the code and how to enter it: Car radio codes in Uxbridge London Gumtree

2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Dec 11, 2016


Usually a bad connection at the battery. That's the place you always start. Just because the dash lights come on doesn't mean the battery or connections aren't bad

2005 Honda Civic | Answered on Oct 30, 2016

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