Honda Civic 1.7 (start, run, stall case study)
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This video covers a wide range of testing procedures. The following are
How to test fuel pressure
How to test for injection pulse with a test light
How to test for a plugged Exhaust
How to test to see if you are losing spark
How to test compression
How to test for compression using an in-cylinder pressure transducer
How to test cam timing
P0301 1998 Civic Intake Gasket Replacement -EricTheCarGuy
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You might be thinking, 'Eric, what the heck is this Civic's problem?' Well
to be honest I have no idea but obviously this car has giving me some
trouble lately and it doesn't seem to want to leave the shop. This time it
was a FLASHING check engine light that seemed to pop up overnight that
ended up being a bad intake manifold gasket. Not sure why this didn't show
up when I checked the codes the first time and got the speed sensor code
but it didn't. I'm just grateful that it's fixed now and has made it's way
down the road. This is a nice addition to my check engine light series
though as misfires are quite common in the world of check engine lights.
Should you run into a misfire code such as a P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304,
P0305, P0306, or P0300 I would suggest approaching it in the same way and
don't forget to check for vacuum leaks because as you can see in this video
they can set a misfire code and cause performance issues. Enjoy the video.
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How to Install a Short Ram Intake for 96-00 Civic HX/EX/SI
This is a step by step installation instruction video for a short ram
intake on a 96-00 Honda Civic HX/EX/SI. The car used in the video is a 2000
Honda Civic HX (D16Y5) and models may vary slightly. The intake being
installed is an AEM short ram intake with a dryflow filter.
There are captions in the video to help with the instructions, and I have
some background music to make it a little more interesting. I hope this
helps all of you people out there who need a detailed step by step in video
format. I ran into one issue and explained my solution during the install,
probably a common issue with intake replacements in these model Civics.
If you have questions or comments, please leave below, I will try to answer
any questions that I can. I think this video is very thorough and any
amateur modder should be able to install their intake without any issues.
I am not sure where all of the bolts are to remove the stock resonator,
just in case that question gets asked. This intake fit without needing the
removal of the resonator, and I'm sure you could google and find a forum
where someone had this question answered.
The pcv breather/vacuum hose I purchased is a 3/8" vacuum hose, $2.29 per
foot = cheap, in case your intake did not come with a new hose.
Thanks for watching, and mod on!
PART 1 of 3 How To Install Replace Lower Intake Manifold Gaskets GM 3.4L V6
If you are losing Coolant but don't know where it is going check to see if
your oil looks lighter brown and foamy if so you are getting coolant or
antifreeze in your oil and this can be one of the causes. This video is
applicable to the Pontiac Grand Am, model years 1999-2005.
How to remove the intake and change the gaskets on a Chevrolet Vortec 5.7L 350.
How to remove the upper and lower intake manifolds on a GM 5.7L or 4.3L
engine. This truck's lower intake gaskets had sprung a leak and I needed to
change it. When changing the intake gaskets, it's not necessary to remove
the upper intake, but I showcased how to do it anyway for people that need
to change the spider injectors or the upper seal.
GM 3.8 Intake Manifold replacement. Removal the fast way WITH NOTES
this is the "Flat Rate " way to do a 3.8 liter upper and lower intake
manifold set. as you see it is not necessary to take off he serp belt,
alternator or tensioner assembly to remove the lower manifold. I recomend
having someone help when it is time to reinstall the manifold because it
can be tricky to lien up the coolant elbow and not mess up the lower
gaskets when reinstalling. Note that it is recomended to disconnect the
negative battery cable when doing any major repairs. This video is just to
show some guys that said that a lower manifold cant be pulled in way less
than 20 minutes, I know that I went over that , but I had some stuborn
injectors and Im a little out of practice. If you are going to do this
yourself and you are not a professional I recomend that you follow the
procedure in a service manual
McLaren MP4-12C vs Honda Civic BTCC racer vs Honda Fireblade British Superbike
We know the McLaren 12C is other-worldly fast. But how does it compare
against a Honda Civic British Touring Car Championship racer and a British
Superbike Championship-winning Honda Fireblade?
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We took a McLaren 12C to Rockingham Motor Speedway to face its toughest
challenge yet. Could it outpace a Honda Civic BTCC racer driven by former
champion Gordon Shedden and the pairing of 2013 British Superbike champion
Alex Lowes and his Samsung Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade? Which would set the
fastest lap? Would the Civic's superior grip make up for the power deficit?
Would the McLaren be too much to match on the straight? Or would the 'Blade
offer a blend of light weight and high performance impossible to match?
Steve Sutcliffe referees.
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2012, 2013 & 2014 Honda Civic 1.8L Air Intake Installation
See how easy it is to install the K&N 69-1020TS Cold Air Intake System in
your Honda Civic 1.8L.
This intake system created an estimated gain of 3.2 horsepower at 5,424 RPM and
2.1 lb. ft. of torque at 4,836 RPM when tested on the K&N dynamometer.
Visit the product page for an up to date vehicle application list.
K&N 69-1020TS fits:
2014 HONDA CIVIC 1.8L
2013 HONDA CIVIC 1.8L
2012 HONDA CIVIC 1.8L