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2004 Honda Civic Overview

Despite all the advancements Honda has provided over the years, the 2004 Civic DX and LX still do not have an antilock brake system. Purchase prices are high, although Civics offer great trade-in value. Engines are fuel efficient with very low emissions. Civic interiors are roomy, crash test scores impressive, and the cars have very high customer loyalty. Consumer rating for this automobile is 9.1 out of a possible 10.

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Are These Cars Compatible

Is a 2004 Honda Civic compatible with a 2018 Honda Civic what is the difference are parts the same

Parking Lights Remains On After Ignition Cut Off Draining Battery

My parking lights won't go out remain on after ignition is turned off draining battery on my Honda Civic powerxcel life

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P0339 2004 Honda Civic - Makes No Sense

2004 Honda Civic is throwing P0339 intermittent Crankshaft position 'A' code. I've replaced the sensor 2 times, and have a spare ECU. Nothing is fixing the problem. So, I've bypassed the Blue wir...

Can I Make This Trip Before Junking My Car After It?

I’m low on money and the worst possible thing happened. I’m about to leave for a 2000 mile drive to return home, and have 2 cylinder misfires. I replaced my crankshaft sensor. It still misfires. T...

Is It Normal For Radiator To Not Depressurize?

I opened my radiator and coolant spewed out but I have not ran the car for 24 hours so it was not hot. Is that normal? What does that indicate?