Summary of Contents for Honda Civic 1984 Service Manual - Page 8

  • Honda Civic 1984 Service Manual - Page 8

    Preparation of Work Special Caution Items For This Car 1. Apply liquid gasket to the transmission, oil pump co. ver, right side cover and water outlet. Use HONDA PARTS NO 05740. 99935 as a liquid gasket. Check that the mating surfaces are clean and dry before applying liquid gasket Degrease the mating surfaces if necessary, - Apply liquid gasket evenly, being careful to cover all the mating surfaoe‘ ‘ To prevent leakage of oily apply liquid gasket to the inner threads of the bolt holest ~ Do not allow liquid gasket to stand for more than 20 minutes before assembly. Fill the case with clean engine oil or coolant 30 minutes after assembly, 2. Fuel Line Servicing (Coupe: PGM-Fll a Relieve fuel pressure by loosening the service bolt provided on the top of the fuel filter before dis- connecting a fuel hose or a fuel pipe. SERVICE BOLr - Be sure to replace washers, O—rings, and seal rubbers with new ones when servicing fuel line parts. came SEAL RUBBER - when assembling the flare joint of the high- pressure fuel line, clean the ioint and coat with new engine oil. - When installing an injector, check the angle of the coupler. The center line of the oouplershould align with the setting mark on the injector holder. SETTING MARK 3‘ Inspection for fuel leakage (Coupe: PGM-Fl) ~ After assembling fuel line Darts, turn ON the ignition switch (do not operate the starter) so that the fuel pump is operated for approximately two seconds and the fuel is pressurized Repeal this operation two or three times and check whefiier any fuel leakage has occurrred in any of the various points in the fuel line. 4. Installatian of an amateur radio for cars equipped with PGM-FI Care has been taken for the PGM-Fl control unit (computer) and its wiring to prevent erroneous operation from external interference, but erroneous operation of the computer may be caused by entry of extremely strong radio waves. Attention must be paid to the following items to prevent erroneous operation of the computer. The antenna and the body of the radio must be at least 200 mm (7.9 in.) away from the computer. (The computer installation position is under the right side seat.) - Do not lead the antenna feeder and the coaxial cable over a long distance parallel to the wiring, and when crossing with the wiring is required, execute crossing at a right angle ~ Do not install a radio with a large output (max. 10 er 1-9