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Old 16-Dec-2008, 11:16 PM
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Maintenance at 200,000km

What kind of things should be replaced or inspected around the 200K mark for the 99-00 civics?
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Old 16-Dec-2008, 11:19 PM
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For sure:
Timing Belt
Water Pump

Take a look:
dizzy cap
spark plugs
spark plug wires
air filter

Check:
brakes
Oil
Rad Fluid
Tranny Fluid
Tires-wear, pressure, balanced, aligned
CV joint Boots- make sure they arnt torn or the salt and sand will eat the joint up

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Old 16-Dec-2008, 11:22 PM
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Anything less obvious?
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Old 16-Dec-2008, 11:26 PM
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Originally Posted by one_shot View Post
Anything less obvious?
ok wise ***....flip the motor upside down and shake it...if nothing falls out then leave it alone
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Old 17-Dec-2008, 01:43 AM
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good question....just today i was driving along and my check engine light came on...i guess theres no way to diagnose it myself without taking it in to honda or a mech right? timing belt and wp was done at around 125 and car is approaching 200...needs to be done again?
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good question....just today i was driving along and my check engine light came on...i guess theres no way to diagnose it myself without taking it in to honda or a mech right? timing belt and wp was done at around 125 and car is approaching 200...needs to be done again?
If your TB or WP went you woud'nt be driving.
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Originally Posted by Joker View Post
good question....just today i was driving along and my check engine light came on...i guess theres no way to diagnose it myself without taking it in to honda or a mech right? timing belt and wp was done at around 125 and car is approaching 200...needs to be done again?

Jumper the pin to get the CEL like blinking.. Get the code and go from there.

As for timing belt, you're safe for a 100K at least. 96+ are 160K, 100K under extreme conditions which is Canada.. I've had many cars go to 120-140K no problem..
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Originally Posted by Cablerat View Post
Jumper the pin to get the CEL like blinking.. Get the code and go from there.

As for timing belt, you're safe for a 100K at least. 96+ are 160K, 100K under extreme conditions which is Canada.. I've had many cars go to 120-140K no problem..
ditto

then go to honda-tech and see what code u got...long flashes count as the 10's and the quick flash is the ones

for the vtec problem i had it went oneeeee oneeeeee then one lol so 21

and itll keep doing it so hold the pin there until u see the pattern to make sure ur counting the flashes right
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