I had a Y8 crank pulley bolt that was giving me hell. So I had an idea -
I jacked the front end of the car up high enough to slide the block underneath.
Then I slowly brought the car down so the block had enough weight on it that it couldn't move. However, the jack was still supporting most...
For a long time, I've had cracked/broken fog light lenses that were held together with clear tape. I decided to finally do something about it, and started searching for ideas. The plan I came up with was to get a sheet of clear acrylic (AKA plexiglass and cut some circles out of it.
So I've decided to tackle another long-term project in my spare time. I'm a network-engineer by trade, but I really enjoy making parts for my cars, furniture, etc. that don't already exist. Those of you who know me know that I am pretty damn meticulous. I like to solve these 'problems'...
Ok Boys & Girls, So I finally had a chance to work on my Civic.
I swapped my y7 Intake Manifold to the y8 Intake Manifold that I got.
I was just waiting on a couple of parts and TIME so I can do this.
Thanks to this Sticky,
Swapping a y8 intake manifold onto a y7 - D-series.org
This DIY is about cheap and effective way to brighten up and change color of your EG Civic or any other car heater control or instrument cluster. Basically LED light and color change in car instrument clusters. Hope that someone will find it useful!
- soldering tool