206 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2001 Honda Civic. 24 of these members
(11.7%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 46 electrical repairs to 2001 Honda Civics--an average of 0.2 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Car stalled on roadway. Towed to local shop, they diagnosed immobilizer and advised I have it towed to dealer.
Starter turned slowly and ultimately failed, replaced starter assembly.
Push-started the vehicle to get to shop (not a tow, but almost). Clutch pedal safety switch was replaced after failure.
Push-started vehicle to get to repair shop.
Low beam headlights are intermittent, both sides. 2001 Civic was been recalled for faulty switch. Replaced in 2007. Problem appears to have recurred.
2006 or 2007 Dealer recall repair of turn signal stalk failed at wire crimp. Owner disassembled steering column cover and resoldered the connection. NHTSA 10006745 / TSB 022404
Was experiencing problem with dimming headlights and low voltage. Turn Signal light would turn on and stay on. Replaced alternator and battery. Didn't fix. Took car to dealer. Turns out problem was turn signal bulb (corroded). Took car to dealer. Turns out problem door was lock actuator.