Honda 1.7L Index of Articles

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]

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... [read more]

This tutorial will walk you through the process of bypassing your 1.7L Honda Civic's radiator fan relay and bench testing it (by applying battery power and Ground to its... [read more]

Checking to see if your 1.7L Honda Civic has suffered a blown head gasket can be done in 4 simple tests. In this tutorial, I'll walk you through all 4 in a step-by-step... [read more]

Testing the radiator fan motor on your Honda Civic, to see if it's bad and causing your Civic to overheat, is not difficult. There are several ways of testing the... [read more]

In this tutorial I'm gonna' show you how to test your 2001-2005 1.7L Honda Civic's torque converter clutch (TCC) solenoid. The TCC solenoid diagnostic involves to... [read more]

The blower motor relay on the 2001-2005 1.7L Honda Civic is an electro-mechanical relay that can be easily be bench tested to find out if it's bad (or good). In this... [read more]

There are two basic tests to diagnose a defective A/T clutch pressure solenoid A or B on your 1.7L Honda Civic's automatic transmission. The first test is a simple... [read more]

Checking to see if the timing belt on your Honda Civic has busted and thus causing a no start condition isn't a difficult thing to do. In this tutorial I will show you just... [read more]

Testing the shift control solenoid A and B assembly consists of two basic tests. The first is a multimeter resistance test of each shift solenoid that makes up the... [read more]