Honda 1.5L Index of Articles

The single wire oxygen sensor, on the 1991-1994 1.5L Honda Civics, can easily be tested using only a multimeter. This multimeter test can tell you if it has failed or not... [read more]

A bad or clogged fuel injector can cause a rough idle or a misfire that will severely decrease your 1.5L Honda Civic's engine performance. The cool thing is that testing... [read more]

Finding the root cause of a cylinder misfire starts with identifying which one is the ‘dead’ cylinder. Once identified, you can find out what is missing (spark,... [read more]

Quite a few things can cause a misfire in one or several cylinders. For example: bad spark plugs, a bad distributor cap, bad spark plug wires, low engine compression in one... [read more]

A broken timing belt will keep your 1.5L Honda Civic from starting. It'll crank but not start. If you suspect that you've got a broken timing belt on your hands, there are 2... [read more]

When your 1.5L Honda Civic overheats and the head gasket gets blown, you'll see some very specific symptoms. It's these symptoms, that will confirm the head gasket is... [read more]

This article will walk you thru' the entire testing and diagnostics/troubleshooting of the 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99,... [read more] at:

You can accurately test the condition of your fuel pump using a fuel pressure gauge. In this tutorial I'll explain the 2 most common methods of checking the fuel pump. I'll... [read more]

The engine compression test is one of the best ways to find out the internal health condition of your 1.5L Honda Civic's engine. In this tutorial I'll explain how to do a... [read more]

A ‘cranks but does not start’ condition, on your 1.5L Honda Civic, can leave you scratching your head and wondering what has gone wrong. You might be asking... [read more]