Honda Civic/Acura Integra

since 1994 release

Repair and operation of the car



Honda Tsivik
+ Cars of the Honda Civic and Acura Integra brand
+ Maintenance instruction
- Routine maintenance
   Schedule of routine maintenance
   Specifications
   General information about settings and adjustments
   Check of levels of liquids (each 400 km of run or weekly)
   Check of a condition of tires and pressure of their rating (each 400 km of run or weekly)
   Check of level of liquid of the power steering (each 4 800 km of run or time in three months)
   Check of the ATF AT/CVT level (each 4 800 km of run or time in three months)
   Replacement of motive oil and oil filter (each 4 800 km of run or time in three months)
   Check of a state and replacement of brushes of screen wipers (each 12 000 km of run or time in 6 months)
   Check, service and charging of the battery (each 12 000 km of run or time in 6 months)
   Check of a state, adjustment of effort of a tension and replacement of driving belts, (each 12 000 km of run or time in 6 months)
   Check of a state and replacement of the hoses located in a motive compartment (each 12 000 km of run or times in 6 months)
   Check of a condition of components of the cooling system (each 12 000 km of run or time in 6 months)
   Rotation of wheels (each 12 000 km of run or time in 6 months)
   Check of brake system (each 12 000 km of run or time in 6 months)
   Check of a condition of seat belts (each 24 000 km of run or time in 12 months)
   Check and adjustment of gaps of valves (each 24 000 km of run or time in 12 months)
   Replacement of the filtering air cleaner element (each 24 000 km of run or times in two years)
   Check of a condition of components of a power supply system (each 24 000 km of run or time in 12 months)
   Check of level of the RKPP transmission oil (each 24 000 km of run or time in 12 months)
   Survey of components of a suspension bracket and steering drive, check of a condition of protective covers of power shafts
   Check of a condition of components of system of production of the fulfilled gases (each 9600 km of run or times in 6 months)
   Check of a state and replacement of spark plugs
   Check of a state and replacement of VV of candle wires, a cover and the runner of the distributor (each 48 000 km of run or time in 24 months)
   Check and replacement of the valve of system of the operated ventilation of a case (PCV) (each 48 000 km of run or times in 24 months)
   Replacement of the fuel filter (each 48 000 km of run or time in 24 months)
   Check and adjustment of turns of idling (each 48 000 km of run or time in 24 months)
   Service of the cooling system (depletion, washing and filling) (each 48 000 km of run or time in 24 months)
   Replacement of brake fluid (each 48 000 km of run or time in 24 months)
   Replacement of liquid of automatic transmission (AT/CVT) (each 48 000 km of run or time in 24 months)
   Replacement of the RKPP transmission oil (each 48 000 km of run or time in 24 months)
   Dumping of the counter of the indicator of intervals of service
+ Engine
+ Cooling system and heating
+ Power supply system and release
+ Electric equipment of the engine
+ Control systems of the engine
+ gear shifting Box
+ Coupling and power shafts
+ Brake system
+ Suspension bracket and steering
+ Body
+ Onboard electric equipment





Check and replacement of the valve of system of the operated ventilation of a case (PCV) (each 48 000 km of run or times in 24 months)

The PCV system provides a conclusion of karterny gases via the special valve on a hose back in the inlet pipeline, from where they come to combustion chambers and are burned out during normal functioning of the engine. The system consists the hose going from a cover of a head of cylinders to the inlet pipeline and a hose of supply of the fresh air laid between the air cleaner and a cover of a head of cylinders.

The PCV valve with the hose connected to it is put in the inlet pipeline under the fuel highway, or is in back part of the engine, depending on model (see illustrations below).


 PERFORMANCE ORDER

1. At working at single turns, the engine, heated-up up to the normal working temperature, pull the valve and take it together with the connected hose from the inlet pipeline or a hose.

2. Press a finger to an opening in the PCV valve or a hose (see an accompanying illustration) – depression has to be felt, otherwise make sure of passability of a hose, the union on the inlet pipeline and actually the valve. Replace defective components.

3. Kill the engine and shake the PCV valve – it has to rattle slightly, otherwise make replacement.
4. For replacement of the PCV valve disconnect it from a vacuum hose, having remembered the direction of connection.
5. Upon purchase of the new valve track that it answered on the standard size to the engine of your car. It will be most correct to compare the new valve to the old removed from the engine directly.
6. Connect the replaceable PCV valve to a vacuum hose, having tracked reliability of their joining.
7. Check a condition of hoses and rubber plugs through passage. Replace defective components.
8. Densely put the valve on the regular place. More detailed information on functioning of PCV system is provided in the Head of the Control system of the engine of the present manual.