Honda Civic ED, EE, EF, SH Free Downloadable PDF Factory Service Manual / Repair Manual
Model Years: 1987 to 1991
In September 1987, a redesigned Civic was introduced with increased dimensions and a lower hood line... View More Info
Chassis Code(s): ED, EE, EF, SH
1 Workshop Manual Available (See Below)
1987 to 1991 Honda Civic Factory Service Manual
Factory Service Manual for the Honda Civic, chassis codes ED, EE, EF and SH, built between 1987 and 1991. Covers all aspects of vehicle maintenance, repair and rebuild specifications for engine, gearbox, front axle, steering, suspension, brakes, exterior body panels, interior fittings, and electronics systems including wiring diagrams, diagnostics and troubleshooting guides.
In September 1987, a redesigned Civic was introduced with increased dimensions and a lower hood line. A wide range of models and trim levels were offered for various markets around the world. The most notable of which was the Japanese market SiR (featuring the B16A DOHC VTEC engine). All U.S. models featured electronic fuel injection, but carbureted models were still available elsewhere. The fourth generation saw the introduction of a fully independent rear suspension across the entire model range.
In addition, the Honda CRX continued to be part of the Civic family which included the HF, DX, and Si model in the U.S.A / four door version called the Ballade was built, under agreement, by Mercedes Benz South Africa / models were 1500 16v, 1600i 16v, and 1600i 16v DOHC. The first 800 cars produced at the then brand new Honda Plant in Aliston Ontario Canada were SE model cars. These Special Edition models included all white side molding that matched the white body and color matched dual mirrors. In the body molding was a wrap around blue stripe. Each car had interior upgrades as well as a chrome tipped exhaust.