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Anyone Have A/c Problems With Honda Civic?
We have two 2010 Honda Civics and have this problem with both of them! After the car sits for a while in the hot sun, the a/c won't work when you start the car. It does start working again after you d...
Question About A/c Problem With 2008 Honda Civic
When my car is idling, i.e. sitting in traffic (I live in Houston, TX), the a/c does not blow very cold. However, it does blow cold when the car is in gear and moving. There is an extreme difference...
99' Honda Civic Ex Standard Fallsbout Of Gear.
I'm pretty savvy when it comes to cars but this one i cant figure out whats going on. My 1999 honda civic standard falls out of gear when i give it gas from a lower gear. (I.e, when in fifth gear ...
What Repair Do I Need To Do?
My 1995 Honda Civic EX cut off and won't restart. I recently did an engine swap from a 1.6l VTEC to a 1.5l VTEC using the wiring harness from my original engine, same o2 sensor, power steering ...
Left Side Marker Not Working
I've replaced the bulbs for both sides and the fuse... What else could it be? I'm no mechanic, but I can do basic things... Help?
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About the Honda Civic Coupe
The efficient, reliable, and economical Civic Coupe is popular for good reason. One other quality that is often mentioned when one speaks of Hondas is their high re-sale value. But there really isn't that much reason to sell one of these long-lasting buggies, unless maybe you're ready for a new color.
The first Civic Coupe was built in 1972 on the vanguard of the small Japanese car movement. It was a no-frills economy car in an era when most cars were still rather sizeable. Later in that decade, when the gas crisis hit, Civic owners could smile, thanks to the low fuel consumption of their chosen model.
Times have kept changing, and although the Civic Coupe remains very efficient, it is no longer a spartan affair. The list of standard equipment on even the base Civic Coupe trim is nothing to sneeze at, and several sophisticated options can be added.