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1999 Honda Civic CX 3dr HB Manual

1999 Honda Civic
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Front Wheel Drive, 3 Door HB, Sub-Compact
32 mpg city / 37 mpg hwy
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October 21, 2012, 5:02 pm

Connor D
 

Question: Worth Fixing?

I have a 2004 Honda Civic Automatic 4dr Sedan it has 220,000 miles on it, engine sound great. There is damage to the hood from accident and left tail light that I am not going to fix and trade in value is gone because of it. But car runs great. recently the car started to kill while driving so I brought it in and they said a couple of sensor needed to get replaced for around 600 dollars; one the Electronic load detector and the other I can remember. So is it worth fixing or and I just going to run into a lot more problems if the sensors are going.


October 23, 2012, 7:40 pm

Tyler O
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Probably worth it, it's still going to be cheaper than a new car. Do some maintenance and you can probably get another 50-100k out of it if you really want to.


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