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Does anyone know the engine model of City '99

Discussion in 'Fit and Jazz' started by pkshih, Mar 11, 2008.

  1. pkshih

    pkshih New Member

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    I want to adjust valve clearance, but service manual can't be found.
    I think City's engine is similar with Civic's one, isn't it?
    It is easier to download Civic's service manual.

    Could anyone can help me?

    Thanks.
     
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  2. pkshih

    pkshih New Member

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    When I try to search something about 'honda city', some information is found on wiki - Honda City - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia .
    In section of 'Third generation (1996-2002)', it says, "The city had the L series L(13 A)1.3 and L(15 A)1.5 SOHC vtec and Non-vtec engines in places where it was sold. In Thailand and Philippines the L series L(13 A) engine and the D Series D(15 B) for the Vtec/Vti Variants was available."

    In Jazz fit service manual, I had found 'L15A' model, but this model is shown only if I choose year later than 2002.
    When trying to see the section of 'adjust valve clearance', I found figures in this model look like my engine.

    Could anyone help me to clarify it?
    Thanks.
     
  3. YBLEGAL

    YBLEGAL Regular Member w/ Cheese

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    hey man. sorry but most people on the forum are from the US, and we didnt have that vehicle. but best of luck.
     
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    awptickes unimpressed by you VIP

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    99-02
    D13B (1.3 l) 70 kW (95 HP) at 6.500 min−1
    B15B (1.5 l) 77 kW (105 HP) at 6.400 min−1
    B15C (1.5 l VTEC) 85 kW (115 HP) at 6.800 min−1


    Hope that helps. BTW, adjusting valves is the same on any engine, as long as it's not rotary.
     
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