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I have had little luck finding any online "how-to" sites for the 91 Civic Hatch I just bought.. I also own a Stealth Twin Turbo and would like to find a site like this
http://www.stealth316.com/0-frames.htm
for the Civic.. stuff like how to take apart the door panels etc..the guy on the Stealth page above has pretty much disassembled his Stealth part by part and took pictures of how to put it back together..and as popular as the Civic is I was sure that someone had done a simular site..please if you know of any let me know...
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got to honda hookup.com just take the space out cuz when it was all together it wouldnt show up.
you can even download service manuals for this site. the 92-95 manual was around 1200 pgs. long
 

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TwinTurboJunkie said:
I have had little luck finding any online "how-to" sites for the 91 Civic Hatch I just bought.. I also own a Stealth Twin Turbo and would like to find a site like this
http://www.stealth316.com/0-frames.htm
for the Civic.. stuff like how to take apart the door panels etc..the guy on the Stealth page above has pretty much disassembled his Stealth part by part and took pictures of how to put it back together..and as popular as the Civic is I was sure that someone had done a simular site..please if you know of any let me know...
TTJ
why dont u buy a book and read??its alot easier then printing stuff online.
 

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Helms Manual

I just ordered a Helms manual for my Integra and I'm thinking about getting one for my civic also. It was about 65 bucks for a paper copy, which is a good investment for anyone who opens their hood.
I think that would be right up your alley.
http://www.helminc.com
 

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EX Plicit said:
I just ordered a Helms manual for my Integra and I'm thinking about getting one for my civic also. It was about 65 bucks for a paper copy, which is a good investment for anyone who opens their hood.
I think that would be right up your alley.
http://www.helminc.com
i usually use the alldata at my work which has everything u need on all the cars up after 82
 
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