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    Salam,

    As we just recently bought a Civic 9th Gen (2013) shape and could not find its fan Club on Pakwheels.

    So making one, all who own this car or want to own one are allowed to share their views, problems, pics etc of their car.

    All the owners of this Latest model should share pics of their car and their views.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hasham30 View Post
    I had the same problem as yours and I think this is an inherent problem with 9th Gen Civic here. I took them to Sabir Electronics in Saddar Rwp where they removed this paint / rubber coating and gave a new matt finish paint job. The result was quite impressive and expenditure only Rs 500. Attaching some pictures of the finished product. Cheers

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    Yes they were removed from the doors

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    Quote Originally Posted by hasham30 View Post
    Yes they were removed from the doors

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    Yar i have the same problem, and my 3 year old naughty daughter has scratched them as well. Any idea where i can remove this plastic paint here in pesh/isloo?.


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    I don't know about pesh or isb but in rwp there is Sabir Autos he will take them from your car remove the paint and will colour it as per your requirements by that I mean colour of your choice. I selected mat black to match the original theme

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    Quote Originally Posted by octane View Post
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    rim profile and tyre size?

    These rims are looking nice
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    Dear fellas
    I enjoyed reading the thread, and got to learn much about the problems that could appear in the car(9th gen).
    My neighbors got their doors powder coated and the powdered stuff fell on my car. what could be done about the powdered shower which is all over my car! please suggest
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    Quote Originally Posted by asadsrc2003 View Post
    Dear fellas
    I enjoyed reading the thread, and got to learn much about the problems that could appear in the car(9th gen).
    My neighbors got their doors powder coated and the powdered stuff fell on my car. what could be done about the powdered shower which is all over my car! please suggest
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    What do you mean by powder coated? Is it stuck all over the car? If thats the case you should get your car compound polished and clay it

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    AOA guys
    planning on changing my car's battery
    is the hankook maintainence free battery a good one to put in it?
    seen many running in these civics
    what is the approx cost of the battery?
    secondly I have an option of getting an oem replacement. Since the negative terminal on this gen is weird, can't put a traditional wet battery.
    is there any other good alternative? Kindly mention with price
    Bosch is way too expensive.
    thanks

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    Guys, I hope you're all doing good. I'm in the process of purchasing a 9th Gen Civic with the following specifications. Kindly guide me what would be a good price for the car...

    2013 Civic VTi Oriel M/T with leather seats, navigation, new Goodyear tires, LED foglamps etc. It is 58,000KMs driven and Islamabad registered. Car's rear bumper is repainted and has a slight paint touch up on the rear right quarter panel. Few scratches as you'd expect from a 3 year old car driven in Pakistan. The front left fender scratch that requires a touch up on a 3 inch area. Other than that, the car is mint. The interior is in excellent nick. The leather seats are in very good condition. Sunroof works fine.

    This would be my first 9th Gen so let me know what else to check. I am not very familiar with the odometer settings so if anyone could guide regarding how to check the mileage on the odometer, I'd be very grateful.

    Do let me know how much I should pay for the car.

    Would greatly appreciate your feedback on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhaderaziz_official View Post
    Guys, I hope you're all doing good. I'm in the process of purchasing a 9th Gen Civic with the following specifications. Kindly guide me what would be a good price for the car...

    2013 Civic VTi Oriel M/T with leather seats, navigation, new Goodyear tires, LED foglamps etc. It is 58,000KMs driven and Islamabad registered. Car's rear bumper is repainted and has a slight paint touch up on the rear right quarter panel. Few scratches as you'd expect from a 3 year old car driven in Pakistan. The front left fender scratch that requires a touch up on a 3 inch area. Other than that, the car is mint. The interior is in excellent nick. The leather seats are in very good condition. Sunroof works fine.

    This would be my first 9th Gen so let me know what else to check. I am not very familiar with the odometer settings so if anyone could guide regarding how to check the mileage on the odometer, I'd be very grateful.

    Do let me know how much I should pay for the car.

    Would greatly appreciate your feedback on this.
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    Bro before buying tell the owner to provide complete maintenance history of the car.

    And on your own check the condition of interior, the seats and door side panels tell alot as to how much the car is driven. Rest check the condition of oil from dipstick lastly take a test drive of the car and drive it on rough roads to check the condition of suspension and accelerate it to check the power of the engine.

    For the body..throughly check the paint and body seals.

    Lastly check engine and every electronics of the car... From climate control to power windows.

    My personal take would be that buy the car in between 18-19 lakhs as manual has least resale.

    All the very best



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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel_Ali View Post
    Bro before buying tell the owner to provide complete maintenance history of the car.

    And on your own check the condition of interior, the seats and door side panels tell alot as to how much the car is driven. Rest check the condition of oil from dipstick lastly take a test drive of the car and drive it on rough roads to check the condition of suspension and accelerate it to check the power of the engine.

    For the body..throughly check the paint and body seals.

    Lastly check engine and every electronics of the car... From climate control to power windows.

    My personal take would be that buy the car in between 18-19 lakhs as manual has least resale.

    All the very best



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    Thank you for the detailed and prompt response.

    Could you please post a close-up picture of a 9th Gen Civic's seat belt and seat belt plug so I can make sure if the one I'm getting is not accidental or anything.

    I've noticed that the car's seat belt plug is freely adjustable. I mean that the plug you insert into the seat belt switch can be hung at the top or kept low. Is that normal? My 8th Gen doesn't do that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhaderaziz_official View Post
    Thank you for the detailed and prompt response.

    Could you please post a close-up picture of a 9th Gen Civic's seat belt and seat belt plug so I can make sure if the one I'm getting is not accidental or anything.

    I've noticed that the car's seat belt plug is freely adjustable. I mean that the plug you insert into the seat belt switch can be hung at the top or kept low. Is that normal? My 8th Gen doesn't do that.
    Okay I will send you the pics.

    But freely as in when you unplug the seat belt it doesnt automatically go back to its original position?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel_Ali View Post
    Okay I will send you the pics.

    But freely as in when you unplug the seat belt it doesnt automatically go back to its original position?

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    Thank you again.

    No, the seat belt does retract but the plug which we insert into the seat belt switch always stays low as compared to my 8th Gen. Shouldn't it have a stopper or something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhaderaziz_official View Post
    Thank you again.

    No, the seat belt does retract but the plug which we insert into the seat belt switch always stays low as compared to my 8th Gen. Shouldn't it have a stopper or something?
    Sorry for late reply.
    It actually has a stopper like it stay in there tight anyways here are the pictures of seat belt and it's plug
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel_Ali View Post
    Sorry for late reply.
    It actually has a stopper like it stay in there tight anyways here are the pictures of seat belt and it's plug
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    Thank you, really appreciate it
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    Hello guys
    I am having a strange issue with my 9th gen early days model LCD it keeps getting stuck on any random radio channel and I can't do anything can't have close it down even after switching off the car..
    Any one know any solution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dexter1377 View Post
    Hello guys
    I am having a strange issue with my 9th gen early days model LCD it keeps getting stuck on any random radio channel and I can't do anything can't have close it down even after switching off the car..
    Any one know any solution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dexter1377 View Post
    Hello guys
    I am having a strange issue with my 9th gen early days model LCD it keeps getting stuck on any random radio channel and I can't do anything can't have close it down even after switching off the car..
    Any one know any solution?

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    Assalam o alikum guys

    I just bought civic 9th gen oriel pros which has done 68k milage
    Can u please let me know what oil should i use ? I mean 10 40
    20 50 or what?

    Secondly i am annoyed with the window panel frame... its coating is chipping off what to do with that???

    Lastly the remote control key button is faded away and doesnt look good... also the honda logo lost its charm
    Where can i find brand new case for that???



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    Quote Originally Posted by zain_zainu1 View Post
    Assalam o alikum guys

    I just bought civic 9th gen oriel pros which has done 68k milage
    Can u please let me know what oil should i use ? I mean 10 40
    20 50 or what?

    Secondly i am annoyed with the window panel frame... its coating is chipping off what to do with that???

    Lastly the remote control key button is faded away and doesnt look good... also the honda logo lost its charm
    Where can i find brand new case for that???



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    Congrats on the new ride mate

    Firstly, get the 5w30 oem oil changed from Honda 3s. It's more then enough for daily usage.

    Second, yes that coating is terrible. But you can new door side panels from Honda 3s costing 4000 all four sides or from open market at a cheaper rate. These new panels don't chip off and genuine thailand stuff.

    Last, my key is also same now. It looks very bad. All you can do is a get a case from market or a new key which won't be cheap.

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