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► Air Impact Wrench - Honda Civic
► Bolt and Nut Torque Specifications
► Boot and Front Axle Replacement
► Changing the Engine Oil - Honda Civic
► Changing the Timing Belt - Honda Civic
► Changing the Water Pump - Honda Civic
► Engine Coolant Temp Sensor - Honda
► Fuse and Relay Box - Honda Civic
► General Maintenance Schedule
► Inspecting the Idle Air Control Valve - P0505
► Jerky steering wheel Fix - Honda Civic
► Jump start your car battery - Honda Civic
► Learn to drive stick shift - Honda Civic
► Pass Smog Check - Honda Civic
► Repairing the Alternator - Honda Civic
► Repairing the Brake Pads - Honda Civic
► Repairing the Brake Rotor Disc
► Repairing the Distributor - Honda Civic
► Repairing the Front Hub Bearing
► Repairing the Fuel Filter - Honda Civic
► Repairing the PCV Valve - Honda Civic
► Repairing the Radiator - Honda Civic
► Repairing the Speed Sensor - Honda
► Repairing the Starter - Honda Civic
► Repairing the Thermostat - Honda Civic
► Replacing Exhaust Pipe Gasket
► Replacing Front Rear Shocks - Honda
► Replacing the CYP Sensor - Honda
► Replacing the Fuel Pump - Honda Civic
► Replacing the Oxygen Sensor - Honda
► Saving Gas - Honda Civic
► Stolen Car and Kill Switches - Honda
► Trouble Codes (MIL / CEL) - Honda Civic
► Washing Machine Repair - Bad Motor


Engine Oil ChangeBrake Pad ReplacementBrake Disc Replacement
Axle ReplacementHead Light Bulb ReplacementSide Door Window Replacement
Alternator ReplacementBattery ReplacementTransmission Clutch Replacement
Front Hub Bearing ReplacementStarter ReplacementFuel Filter Replacement

Air Impact Wrench - Honda Civic

Once you've tasted the labor in removing a wheel from your Honda Civic using the old ratchet wrench and a 19mm socket, you may gradually dread the usual routine especially if you have to remove more than one wheel.

But don't despair, having an air compressor and an air impact wrench can be one of the most undeniable investments you can make. Not only will this help loosen the naturally tight bolts for some of the major repair jobs, but it makes wheel removal and installation fun fast, and easy to do.

Air impact wrenches and a breaker bar

An entry level air compressor can cost anywhere from $100 and above from your local equipment or auto parts store. If your local equipment or auto parts store doesn't carry air impact wrenches capable of 600 lbs.ft or more, consider looking for great deals on eBay or the internet. Also, get a good collection of 1/2 in. drive mm sockets to add to your inventory.

Twin tank air compressor

There are different kinds of couplers and air hoses required to quickly snap and connect your air tools. A 1/4 in. air hose is less expensive but a 3/8 in. hose can transport higher volume of air.

3/8 in. air hose.


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