Honda 1.7L Index of Articles

You can quickly and easily test the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor with a multimeter, and in this tutorial, I'll show you how. With your test results, you'll... [read more]

Quite a few issues can cause the 1.7L engine, in your Honda Civic, to not start. Problems like a bad crankshaft position (CKP) sensor or a bad fuel pump, to name a... [read more]

2002 1.7L Honda Civic (with automatic and manual transaxle) starter motor circuit wiring diagrams. Contents at a glance: With Automatic Transaxle.... [read more]

What makes testing the compression of the 1.7L Honda Civic engine easy is the spark plugs are very accessible (since you'll need to remove them for the test). In this... [read more]

2001 1.7L Honda Civic (with automatic and manual transaxle) starter motor circuit wiring diagrams. Contents at a glance: With Automatic Transaxle.... [read more]

The MAP sensor is a critical engine management system component. When it fails, engine performance will suffer. In this article, I'll answer some of the most commonly asked... [read more]

NOTE: The above crankshaft position sensor wiring diagram applies only to 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 1.7L Honda Civic. Here's a brief description of the crank sensor's... [read more]

The spark plug is probably one of the smallest ignition system components on your vehicle, yet tasked with a tough job. And this job is to deliver the spark (the ignition... [read more]

When the starter motor fails your 1.7L Honda Civic's engine is not gonna' crank over. The cool thing is that testing the starter motor on your 1.7L Honda Civic is not hard.... [read more]

2001-2005 1.7L Honda Civic ignition coil circuit wiring diagrams. Contents at a glance: Cylinder #1 Ignition Coil Wiring Diagram. Cylinder #2 Ignition... [read more]