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  1. i've got a 99 honda civic dx manual with 143000 miles, it's got a cel for P0141 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank 1 Sensor 2). I checked the resistance on the O2 sensor aswell as the wires going to the PCM, and both look good. There seems to be no power going to the heater though. As far as i know the downstream sensor doesen't control air-fuel mixture, so should i even bother fixing it? The car's more than 15 years old so the cel is not a problem here in massachusetts.
  2. If you are wondering which is the better of the two most popular compact sedan models, here comes the comparison between Honda Civic and Mazda 3 for people to reach rational decisions. First of all, the Civic RS Turbo has the more superior dimensions over the Mazda 3, specifically wider by 4 mm, but the Mazda has a 25 mm longer wheelbase that's 25 mm longer. In terms of styling, the Mazda 3 acquires fluid and elegant design as well as a premium-looking exterior. Meanwhile, the Civic RS Turbo now has a more grown-up appearance, sporting a couple of faux air vents. As to interior, the Mazda 3 and the Civic RS are both well-equipped. In terms of comfort and cargo space, both of these items are competent sedans that perform well as daily drivers. Nevertheless, passengers in Mazda 3 might feel annoyed at the engine’s noise. Both the Mazda 3 and the Honda Civic RS Turbo make use of a front-wheel-drive layout. Under the Mazda 3’s hood is a 2.0-liter Skyactive-G inline-4 gasoline engine that produces 152 horsepower and 200 Nm of torque. On the other hand, Honda Civic RS Turbo makes 171 horsepower and 220 Nm of torque on the 1.5-liter turbo VTEC. For fuel consumption, the Honda Civic 2020 manages 9.5 km/l while the Mazda 3 is marginally better at around 10.5 km/L. Above is the brief of some features which both of the two models possess. To get full comparison in terms of specs as well as price, let’s come to Honda Civic vs Mazda 3!
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  4. I have an 05 Civic EX with a standard transmission. My problem is that in 4th gear I notice that my shifter will jerk forward then back when I decelerate. I don't think this should be happening, but I may be wrong. I also notice when accelerating from a complete stop in 1st gear (obviously) it kinda sounds like a light grinding noise, but then goes away right be for I readjust the shifter. I got this car last year and I think this car had been sitting for a while but the previous owner did not say. So the grinding noise I hear could be because the disk breaks need to be changed or some rust somewhere else. If you can give me any help that will be appreciated. I am still rather new to this.
  5. Hi, my Oldsmobile recently exploded forcing me to look for a new car. I'm looking for something very cheap that isn't going to collapse within seconds. Two cars I'm looking at nearby are a 1996 Honda Civic DX and a 1986 BMW 325e. Both are going for $1000 which seems suspiciously cheap to me from what I've heard about both these cars. The Honda needs a tune up and a tps sensor but otherwise both are allegedly in pretty good shape, both have around 125,000 miles. What I'm wondering is What is the cost for repairs on both cars (I've heard BMWs are pretty expensive)? What is the reliability? Do these prices seem to be about right for cars in fair shape? Are these gas guzzlers? I'm going to have my mechanic look at it before making a decision but I just thought I'd ask. Thanks to anyone for the help.
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