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    I tried searching Pakwheels.Com for a 'Honda Civic 7th Gen. Fan Club' thread but my search returned no results therefore i thought of making a new thread regarding this. Here is some information taken off Wikipedia regarding the Honda Civic 7th Generation:

    The seventh generation of the Honda Civic was released in September 2000 as 2001 model. Compared to its predecessor, it retained similar exterior dimensions, but increased significantly in interior space thus bumping up Civic to a compact car size segment. There was a flat rear floor, giving better comfort to the rear seat passengers. This generation abandoned the front double wishbone suspension, which had been used in the fourth to sixth generations, replacing it with MacPherson strut.
    A 115 hp (86 kW) engine powered all Civics (except EX and Si), up 9 hp (7 kW) from the previous model. Power in the EX remained at 127 hp (95 kW), and all non-Si engines were stroked to 1.7 liters.

    In 2003, the Civic was given new tail lights which created a circle when illuminated. For 2004, the Civic was given a facelifted front end with new headlights, bumper, and grille; it also received side skirts. In 2005 the U.S Honda introduced the Special Edition. It was available in LX or EX Special Edition.

    The hybrid version arrived at North America in spring 2002.[1] It used both a small 1.3 L I4 main gasoline engine and auxiliary electric motors, producing a combined 93 hp. The electric motors are powered by a battery array which is charged by regenerative braking during deceleration, thus reducing exhaust emissions and extending fuel mileage to 46 mpg city / 51 mpg highway with the manual transmission according to EPA fuel mileage estimates.[2]

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    Quote Originally Posted by curiousdevil View Post
    Also bro one more thing how much oil should be poured in ? 3 litres or 4 litres ? According to car user manual
    Its bit more then 3.5L. Use dipstick to check


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    Has anyone changed gear oil? When do we have to change gear oil? I bought second hand car and my car has done 144k on ODO. Please guide how to check if it needs changing and which gear oil to use ?

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    @Ammad
    For auto transmission, Oil changing is recommended after this much mileage. Our old owners don't change gear oil at all (carrying inherited manual transmission trend).

    You should see the current oil from dip gauge by putting it on finger. And checking the thickness and colour. It should not be black. It must not have any particles or sticky feeling.

    Furthermore, while driving, you should not feel any jerks during shift ups and downs. (Test both on slight gas and tough gas "halka paon on accell-paddle and bhari paon")


    In both cases, on light, car should be changing gears like it you hardly feel a gear change. While in harsh mode, it should not give harsh jerks.

    Use genuine Honda gear oil. And must change if you are planning o drive this car for some notable period


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    Quote Originally Posted by ammadd View Post
    Has anyone changed gear oil? When do we have to change gear oil? I bought second hand car and my car has done 144k on ODO. Please guide how to check if it needs changing and which gear oil to use ?

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    Life is 80k or 1lac m not sure. I changed mine to zic few months back as i was having small jerks during dear shifts. Now its smooth but ppl hardly change it as i hav seen but do check its lvl once in a while. If its less, u might end up with a transmission. Gear oil isent that xpensive. Zic is hardly 580 rupees per litre i guess and total 3 litres is required. If u think it needs to be changed, then change it. Btw ur location? I m in pindi and zic official outlet is hardly 5 mins away from me

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    Quote Originally Posted by adilfarid View Post
    Life is 80k or 1lac m not sure. I changed mine to zic few months back as i was having small jerks during dear shifts. Now its smooth but ppl hardly change it as i hav seen but do check its lvl once in a while. If its less, u might end up with a transmission. Gear oil isent that xpensive. Zic is hardly 580 rupees per litre i guess and total 3 litres is required. If u think it needs to be changed, then change it. Btw ur location? I m in pindi and zic official outlet is hardly 5 mins away from me

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    How is your cars gear shifting now. Which gear oil of zic you used ? Color of bottle etc. I live in Rwp near Bahria. I am thinking to buy online. Did jerks went away fully after gear oil change ? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ammadd View Post
    How is your cars gear shifting now. Which gear oil of zic you used ? Color of bottle etc. I live in Rwp near Bahria. I am thinking to buy online. Did jerks went away fully after gear oil change ? Thanks

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    Well i live near fazaia and yes jerks hav reduced to minimum. I bought the red bottle and zic official outlet is at missile chowk near khanna pull. If u come from bahria towards islamabad, it comes on ur left side hardly 1 minute from that signal. They hav all products and a very good mechanic who atleast to me does the job pretty fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by adilfarid View Post
    Well i live near fazaia and yes jerks hav reduced to minimum. I bought the red bottle and zic official outlet is at missile chowk near khanna pull. If u come from bahria towards islamabad, it comes on ur left side hardly 1 minute from that signal. They hav all products and a very good mechanic who atleast to me does the job pretty fine

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    Yup. Hardly 500 meters from the signal

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    Quote Originally Posted by ammadd View Post
    Has anyone changed gear oil? When do we have to change gear oil? I bought second hand car and my car has done 144k on ODO. Please guide how to check if it needs changing and which gear oil to use ?

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    You should change all the lubricants i.e. Gear oil, power steering oil, brake & clutch oil, engine oil along with radiator coolant. Except engine oil rest of the lubricants should be changed after every 40, 000 kms or 2 years. Buy original honda lubricants for optimum performance and mental satisfaction.


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    which transmission oil must be use for 7th gen prosmatic? currently i am using Zic ATF III and has to be changed now. should i keep using it or shift to honda? if yes then which one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaudhry44 View Post
    You should change all the lubricants i.e. Gear oil, power steering oil, brake & clutch oil, engine oil along with radiator coolant. Except engine oil rest of the lubricants should be changed after every 40, 000 kms or 2 years. Buy original honda lubricants for optimum performance and mental satisfaction.


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    I heard if you have not changed gear oil after 50k KM its better to never change gear oil. What do you say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mehranhu View Post
    @Ammad
    For auto transmission, Oil changing is recommended after this much mileage. Our old owners don't change gear oil at all (carrying inherited manual transmission trend).

    You should see the current oil from dip gauge by putting it on finger. And checking the thickness and colour. It should not be black. It must not have any particles or sticky feeling.

    Furthermore, while driving, you should not feel any jerks during shift ups and downs. (Test both on slight gas and tough gas "halka paon on accell-paddle and bhari paon")


    In both cases, on light, car should be changing gears like it you hardly feel a gear change. While in harsh mode, it should not give harsh jerks.

    Use genuine Honda gear oil. And must change if you are planning o drive this car for some notable period


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    Missed out your reply thanks for detailed info
    I am feeling slight jerks on gear shifting. Specially alot of jerks from idle to 1st gear. Zic is better or Honda?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaudhry44 View Post
    You should change all the lubricants i.e. Gear oil, power steering oil, brake & clutch oil, engine oil along with radiator coolant. Except engine oil rest of the lubricants should be changed after every 40, 000 kms or 2 years. Buy original honda lubricants for optimum performance and mental satisfaction.


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    I heard if you have not changed gear oil after 50k KM its better to never change gear oil. What do you say?
    yes and no.

    The following applies to gear oil, power steering oil, clutch oil. Not to brake oil

    if the current oil is very dirty (open caps and observe) then when you change them, there is a risk of leakage because the seals are weak at this stage and the dirt/debris is actually helping the seals seal the oil. When new oil is added and previous fluid is flushed out, there is a risk that leaks will appear. This is the reason people say do no change it if you have never done it. But the thing is that if you are going to keep the car for some time, you have to get them changed sooner or later otherwise your gear box will suffer damage (it is already experiencing wear due to bad oil), your PS pump will fail (its a vane type and sensitive from what I have heard) and your hydraulic clutch assembly will fail (cylinders)

    what is the history of car? none of the fluids have ever been changed? if you don't know the history then you can assess by opening the oil reserve bottle caps (brake and clutch) to see the condition.
    Condition of gear oil can only be assessed by lifting the car up on a level surface, opening the gearbox fill bolt and putting your finger in. The level of oil should be till the fill bolt and quality of oil you have to check yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by HellsGuardian View Post
    yes and no.

    The following applies to gear oil, power steering oil, clutch oil. Not to brake oil

    if the current oil is very dirty (open caps and observe) then when you change them, there is a risk of leakage because the seals are weak at this stage and the dirt/debris is actually helping the seals seal the oil. When new oil is added and previous fluid is flushed out, there is a risk that leaks will appear. This is the reason people say do no change it if you have never done it. But the thing is that if you are going to keep the car for some time, you have to get them changed sooner or later otherwise your gear box will suffer damage (it is already experiencing wear due to bad oil), your PS pump will fail (its a vane type and sensitive from what I have heard) and your hydraulic clutch assembly will fail (cylinders)

    what is the history of car? none of the fluids have ever been changed? if you don't know the history then you can assess by opening the oil reserve bottle caps (brake and clutch) to see the condition.
    Condition of gear oil can only be assessed by lifting the car up on a level surface, opening the gearbox fill bolt and putting your finger in. The level of oil should be till the fill bolt and quality of oil you have to check yourself
    Thanks alot brother for your detailed information. I don't know the info of the fluids of my car if even changed or not. I will get all the fluids inspected and change if needed. I plan to keep the car so I think it's better to change the fluids.. thanks once again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ammadd View Post
    Missed out your reply thanks for detailed info
    I am feeling slight jerks on gear shifting. Specially alot of jerks from idle to 1st gear. Zic is better or Honda?
    I'll highly recommend genuine Honda auto transmission oil (ATF)

    And! Is there and check engine light or transmission error light ? (Blinking D light)


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    Quote Originally Posted by mehranhu View Post
    I'll highly recommend genuine Honda auto transmission oil (ATF)

    And! Is there and check engine light or transmission error light ? (Blinking D light)


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    7th Gen users, m selling front bumper grill of ES civic in white and cyprus blue colour 2001-2003 model, both front fenders white 2001-2003, front coilovers and head lights for 2001-2003. Do check my thread in buy and sell for pictures and prices

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