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The SRS light on a Honda Civic indicates a problem with the airbags. The issue could be several different things, such as a problem with the airbag sensor, a problem with the airbags or an airbag detonation. The SRS ligh... More »

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To reset a check engine light yourself, disconnect the car battery, then turn on the headlights for a few minutes to drain the remaining energy and cause a hard reset. Finally, reconnect the battery. More »

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To check transmission fluid in a Honda Civic, allow the transmission to work for sometime. After that, inspect the dipstick for fluid level and color. More »

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Some stores that sell Honda Civic accessories include HondaPartWorld.com and Accessories-Honda.com. Both of these online stores sell a variety of parts and ship them directly to customers. More »

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In order to troubleshoot problems with a Honda Civic, use a scan tool in conjunction with a service repair manual. The scan tool will be used to check the electronic control unit readings for any abnormality, which are s... More »

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The radio code for all Honda cars, including the Honda Civic, can be obtained from Honda by providing the car's VIN number and the radio's serial number. The radio code is needed to reactivate a radio that has had its po... More »

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When the Safety Restraint System light stays on, this means there is a problem with the airbag system. If the SRS light only blinks when the car is first turned on, this is completely normal. The SRS light blinks upon st... More »

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