Free Honda Civic repair manuals and diagrams – descriptions of Honda Civic submodels, technical characteristics, disassembly/assembly step-by-step procedures and tools, inspection, testing and troubleshooting, detailed description of works and all necessary diagrams, easy-to-follow photos, exclusive councils of skilled mechanics and many other things… Honda Civic submodels covered: Honda Civic 1996-2000, Honda Civic 2001-2005, Honda Civic 2006-2011, Honda Civic 2012-present. All Honda Civic repair manuals are written specifically for the do-it-yourselfer.
- tune-up and routine maintenance;
- single overhead camshaft (SOHC) engines;
- double overhead camshaft (DOHC) engines;
- general engine overhaul procedures;
- cooling, heating and air conditioning systems;
- fuel and exhaust systems;
- engine electrical systems;
- emissions and engine control systems;
- manual and automatic transaxles;
- clutch and driveline;
- suspension and steering systems;
- chassis electrical system;
- wiring diagrams.
The 6th generation Honda Civic was available since 1996 in 2-door coupe, 3/5-door hatchback and 4-door sedan body styles (CX, DX, EX, GX, HX, LX and VP trims). Most US models were available with a standard five-speed manual transmission or an optional four-speed automatic transmission. The 7th generation Honda Civic was available since 2001 in same body styles and trim levels (plus LX Special Edition, EX Special Edition and Si) with new four-cylinder engines. In 2003 Honda offered the Hybrid model with 1.3L Honda LDA I4 main gasoline engine and auxiliary electric motors, producing a combined 93 hp (69 kW) at 5700 rpm and 117 lbВ·ft (159 NВ·m) at 1000 rpm.
The 8th generation Honda Civic was introduced for the 2006 model year. In 2009 the US Honda Civic was facelifted. In 2012 Honda offered the 9th generation Honda Civic (without a 3-door hatchback body style). In 2014 all models were facelifted.
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