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Honda Civic is one of the most reliable and durable cars ever produced but they are not perfect and that’s ok. Sometimes we encounter minor problems with the Civic and we need to diagnose and fix problems ourselves.

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Honda Civic Tire Pressure Light Troubleshooting

When troubleshooting your tire pressure light in your Honda Civic, one step that rights most issues is to reset your tire pressure light. Like rebooting a computer, even if you’ve just filled or replaced your tires, your tire pressure light might be slow when communicating your correct tire PSI. 

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Honda Civic Brake Light Not Working

When it comes to your Honda Civic lights not working, as a general rule, first check to see that your brake fluid is at a proper level. If your fluid is full, there may be an electrical or connection issue that is causing your problem. You can check to ensure that none of your fuses have blown out, and that your brake pedal parts have not been damaged.

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Honda Civic Fan Not Working

If your Honda Civic fan is not working there are a few things that you should check. There could be an issue in relation to the connection to your motor blower. Detaching and reattaching these four connections, and ensuring they aren’t loose can solve your problem with your fan. It could also be an issue caused by a faulty or burned out fuse. The great news is these are issues that are easy to troubleshoot yourself.

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Honda Civic Lights Won’t Turn Off (Brake/Airbag/Parking/etc.)

Honda Civic brakes, airbags, and parking lights won’t turn off because of a problem with the relevant switches, faulty wiring, or sensors. Troubleshooting these parts is at times very easy and only requires you to read the manual, whereas, other times, it requires the intervention of a mechanic.

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Honda Civic Noise When Accelerating / Turning / Driving

If there is noise from your Honda Civic when accelerating, turning, or driving, the problem can often be pinned down to the engine belt. If there is a rumbling noise, the exhaust system might be at fault. At the very least, both of these issues aren’t the most expensive repair jobs you can have.

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Honda Civic Stalls While Driving / Cold / Hot / Accelerating

If your Honda Civic stalls while driving, accelerating, or when it’s cold or hot, it could be due to low fuel, a bad coolant sensor, a dead battery, a failing alternator, and a plethora of other problems. Brake booster blockages can cause stalling while stopping, as could ABS leaks.

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Honda Civic Keeps Overheating at Idle/High or Low Speeds/etc.

If your Honda Civic keeps overheating at idle or at high or low speeds, it’s likely due to a malfunctioning cooling system. Your Civic’s radiator, coolant sensor, fluids, water pump, or radiator fan might be at fault. Check the radiator’s cap for damage since it can’t cause overheating.

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Honda Civic Radio Not Working (Won’t Turn On, Turns Off, etc.)

If your Honda Civic’s radio isn’t working, you’ll need to troubleshoot the issue to discover the cause. A Honda Civic’s radio may stop working due to faulty wiring, blown speakers, and a malfunctioning head unit. Some radio fixes are simple, but others may require a mechanic’s help.

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Honda Civic Seat Belt Won’t Work/Retract/Lock/etc.

If your Honda Civic seat belt doesn’t work, it might be due to a broken or jammed retractor. Other issues include restraint system locking, damaged alarm sensors, and various misalignments. You can repair your Civic’s seat belt by opening the retractor, replacing the sensor, or visiting a mechanic.

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