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Old 07-13-2012, 08:48 AM   #1
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Civic Reverb Headlight

Hey, guys. I was never into cars when I was younger nor even know, but I am interested in learning to do simple stuff on the car ever since I started working on my bike.

Anywho, I was originally going to post in the Maintenance + Engine forum but realized this is probably the proper section.

So my dad has a 2005 Honda Civic Reverb. Not much is on it but I did read it's exactly like a Civic, with body kit + etc.

Anywho, how does one change the headlight (passenger)? Is the engine (design/placement/etc.) the same of a 2005 Honda Civic?

There's some info on how to change it on the normal Civics, but I'm just not too sure if it's going to be the same.

Thanks.
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Old 07-13-2012, 11:43 PM   #2
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Hey, guys. I was never into cars when I was younger nor even know, but I am interested in learning to do simple stuff on the car ever since I started working on my bike.

Anywho, I was originally going to post in the Maintenance + Engine forum but realized this is probably the proper section.

So my dad has a 2005 Honda Civic Reverb. Not much is on it but I did read it's exactly like a Civic, with body kit + etc.

Anywho, how does one change the headlight (passenger)? Is the engine (design/placement/etc.) the same of a 2005 Honda Civic?

There's some info on how to change it on the normal Civics, but I'm just not too sure if it's going to be the same.

Thanks.
It should be the same. Pop the hood and take a look.
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Old 07-14-2012, 12:20 AM   #3
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It's most likely going to be the same.

Most honda's usually have 2 or 3 very visible bolts on top of the headlight, and 2 or 3 hidden ones under the headlight, usually behind the bumper; so you will need to remove the bumper.

And just remove the bulbs too.
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Old 07-18-2012, 08:12 AM   #4
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We would be happy to help you out..... can you bring it by?
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