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Old 11 Jul 2008, 02:01 pm
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Default Where the HELL is my jack point?! 92 civic?

Okay i know my stuff about cars.. but ive NEVER owned or done an easy oil change on a Honda Civic before... usually its been on just trucks ahhaah. Anyways i have a 92 civic hatch... wanting to do the oil change on it today but you know.. i started to , found a metal strong peice to start jacking it then it started to disagree with me and start falling appart. ( the car ) Its in great shape but now my bumper looks like shes got an over bite!If theres any pictures you could send me on where to do it thad be rad. 10 pnts to best awsner.yeh i have a low profile jack. and jack stands. Just i was told to do it in the front of the car near the bumper, now i dont know if that was the rad holder or what.. but it didnt workWell dude thank you so much for those photos.. thats the right spot. i know it is.. but for SOME reason i dont have that crap on my car... URG lmao thanks anyways!
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Old 11 Jul 2008, 02:16 pm
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Just behind the front wheelJust in front of the rear wheel.The area is called PINCH WELD. See the zoomed out picture (of the whole truck)http://www.customtacos.com/tech/index.php?article=9Good Luck...
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Old 11 Jul 2008, 02:31 pm
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Don't have any pics for you, but normally (if you don't have the manual) feel around between the wheel well and thedoor under the car. Normally there is a notch or notches that line up with your Honda jack. They are reinforced there so as not to tear up the car.Not a jack point on the front or rear of the car as they are designed to help you change a tire.Or go to Autozone and buy a floor jack (and jack stands) and put the jack under a hard point on the suspension,(in the front) insert the jackstands and get to work!
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Old 11 Jul 2008, 02:46 pm
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i found this site with pics this should help































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Old 11 Jul 2008, 03:01 pm
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https://techinfo.honda.com/rjanisis/...AINIDX.pdf1993 Honda Civic Online Reference Manual.Though it is for a sedan & for the 1993, I think the 2 are similar enough to help.Specifically this page & some pages after that could helphttps://techinfo.honda.com/rjanisis/...393O00165A.pdf
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