Question about 2004 Honda Civic
First things I would look at is,did they put 10w30 oil in and not 5w20 or 0w20,it makes a difference in mileage (if they run out of the correct viscosity oil they WILL put in what they have).
Did the service include a spark plug change?Is the spark plug gap correct?
Did they do a brake service?Is a brake dragging,a little to tight?Did they clean the throttle body?Maybe the engine was running a little lean before and now is at the proper fuel mixture,with less MPGs but running clean at the exhaust.
Weather conditions?Head winds and colder temps reduce MPG.
Posted on May 27, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2003 Honda Civic -LX Timing belt
90000 Miles on the Timing Belt. Do not let this go! A timing belt failure can cause internal engine problems.
Should cost around 200 or so, depending upon your local labor rates.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
SOURCE: High fuel consumption
Check the following things: air filter, wheel alignment, and timing belt, all of them if not serviced on time can affect your fuel consumption. I do not think its the heat because I drive my car in Phoenix AZ with temperatures comparable to Dubai and I still get 500+ km/tank.
Alex (Civic 2003 1.7 manual)
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
Honda say thats not true and to wait until the car tells you when to change it. I have a 2008 CRV and you should and can wait till the oil say 15%! We took ours in after a long road trip for our first oil change. We had over 5K and the oil said 65%. The guy said that we did not need to bring it in. We still had change it while it was their but the car goes around 8-9 K on a oil change. A little wrench will come on and the oil life % will come on when it reach15% and will come on every time you start the car till you get it changed.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
You could have a defective pressure sensor causing this.
One more thing, some have a sensor in the spare tire.
Did you check that?
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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