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Check correct position of ht leads in firing order for starters as crossed adjustment leads will give this problem. Check ht leads and plugs. Check for vacuum leaks

1996 Honda Civic | Answered on Apr 07, 2013


not a fuel problem., electrical problem is cause., if your car operate with remote sensor try to dismount it., or check the relay of your remote sensor. or replace a new one

1996 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 18, 2013


Could be a number of things but check your plug wires and or your timming

1996 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 18, 2013


You can- until something comes up from the road
& jams in there & costs you several thousand dollars
damage

1996 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 16, 2013


Sprint Car engines have fairly high compression, for this reason it takes a fair push to get the rear wheels turning. You will frequently see a Sprint Car's rear wheels skidding along the track when being pushed by a push car, this is usually due to the engine's cylinders having unburnt fuel in them, creating increased compression.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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1996 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 12, 2013


If you don't work on your own vehicles say so

Will not start-- do you want a long list,a guess
or what

1996 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 11, 2013


Sounds like maybe the tempature sensor it connects to on the engine is bad.

1996 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 06, 2013


Yes, this could cause your check engine light to turn on.

1996 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 06, 2013


Hi,
The problem would be the power window switch assembly! That switch controls the power to ur window motors! If u are a tinkering man, try to borrow from any garage/friend w/ the same window switch and test it!
Or
Go to ur service center and have them check it for free... they always try the new switch... and you will know the main prob!

1996 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 06, 2013


If your brakes system has no air in it...Your master cylinder or brake booster is bad.

1996 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 06, 2013


not normally however they both are attached to the vacuum system , the brakes have a booster which is run off the manifold vacuum, and so is the PVC valve,, I would check for any vacuum leaks in the system, and replace the PVC valve,, they are cheap

1996 Honda Civic | Answered on Mar 06, 2013

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