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Old 29 Oct 2008, 04:01 pm
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Default Do all 2001 to 2005 Honda civic sedans carry the same chassis/frame?

Do all 2001 to 2005 Honda civic sedans carry the same chassis/frame, and does this means that all the engines between the year 2001 and 2005 for the Honda civic sedans are interchangeable?Do anybody knows where on the web I can get the wiring diagram for 2001 to 2005 Honda civic sedans including the 2003 hybrid Honda civic sedan I need to make a comparison. Thanks Guys I really appreciate it.
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Old 29 Oct 2008, 04:16 pm
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you can get the information on the web but not for free.http://www.helminc.com that site has the Honda factory manuals which, by your previous questions, is the only thing that will help you get whatever information you are looking for. There are separate manuals for the body and electrical. In terms of the chassis you would need the body manual for chassis specifications and location points for measurements. for electrical, the engine and basic wiring is in the regular manual; the wiring diargams are in the electrical manual.the gasoline engines are different between the VTEC and non-VTEC engines. Other than that they all "fit". VTEC engines have different wiring harnesses and a different PCM to control VTEC.the hybrid is a unique vehicle. little is interchangeable as it uses a 3 cylinder engine that is only found on the hybrid, a unique start clutch and CVT transmission that are not on the regular Civicshope that helps
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Old 29 Oct 2008, 04:31 pm
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basically, yes, the chassis are the samebut honda guy is correct in saying the hybrid is it's own animal.while the chassis alter much for it, almost everything that attaches to it does.if you were wanting to convert a 2003 hybrid to a "regular" car, it could pretty easily be done using a donor 01-05 sedan, but if you wanted to go the other way...i wouldn't fool with it.
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yes they are all based on cardboard and gorilla glue
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