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If it was just a normal paper filter it is fine. If it is a re-usable washable filter then then I would suggest a wash and oiling procedure according to the manufacturer instructions.


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This is a (rather annoying, imho) characteristic with this particular bike. It doesn't happen with "all bikes", although some may be slightly higher when turning the engine on after a cold night. The Honda CBR 600 F4i, particularly in cold weather, tends to rev it's nuts off for the first few minutes (it's the automatic choke) until it warms up and calms ...


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To answer your question, there aren't any alignment adjustments possible at the rear of the Honda Fit. Here is the reason why: This picture shows the front and rear suspension on your vehicle. It shows it to be made as a torsion suspension. At the front of the torsion bar are two pivot points which locates the suspension, then there is a spring and and ...


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While this is not "scientific data", I did find some empirical data on the subject from this website. The author talks about his experience with the Honda Pilot and its VTM-4 system: Reading about VTM-4, the way I understood it to work was this... Under normal conditions, the VTM-4 system is FWD biased and transfers power/torque to the rear as ...


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The last vehicle in the USA to use a carb was the Susuki Jimmy in 1993. Your air filter element is bonded together with petro-chemical adhesives, and a lot of filters have a petro-chemical treatment to enhance thier performance. Soaking the filter in petrol can only be detrimental to the filter. Your best bet is to change the filter to avoid any possibility ...


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As long as the battery is good (and no indication at this point that it isn't), the issue you have is in there is a grounding issue which is keeping the power from your battery to your starter. This is most likely caused in the wire going from your battery to your starter, your battery to ground, or both. You can do some things to try and see where the ...


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If your 2006 Civic is anything like mine, there is a section in your owner's manual entitled "Towing a trailer" which should answer your first question. In mine it says to use D on level roads and D3 in hilly terrain. It would be wise to read that section carefully and completely as it contains many essential safety instructions. In particular, in mine ...



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