Honda has sold the Civic since the 1973 model year. For the first 11 years of its lifespan, the Civic was only known as an economical car with plenty of room. In 1985, Honda used the Si badge for the first time on the Civic; the lucky recipient was the Civic CRX. The 1985 CRX Si model produced the most power ever (90 horsepower) by a Civic. The 2006 model year Civic had three engines as available options, all of which had a displacement of 1.6 liters. Replacing the front brake pads yourself on a 2006 Civic can save you money.
Things You’ll Need
Clean turkey baster, Small container, Ratchet, Phillips-head screwdriver, Wire brush, Socket set, Ball-peen hammer, Rubber mallet, Floor jack
Jack stands, Bungee strap, New rotor(s), if needed, Torque wrench, Micrometer, Disc brake grease, New DOT 3 brake fluid