Chart based on 15 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
2008 Honda Civic 4dr Sedan
197-horsepower 2.0L I4 6-speed manual FWD
driving home heard a loud pop noise. while getting off e-way. went to shift gears and nothing. Towed to dealer. found faulty clutch. after fighting and talking to honda rep. honda finally repaired free of charge
Sometimes hard to shift transmission into third. Dealer tested a few times, smooth as silk each time.
Had intermittent problems shifting into third gear... seemed to stick and had to be pushed or depress the clutch again. Finally happened at the dealership! Recall for popping out of third but mine was not doing that.
Gear shifter kicks me out of third gear when going from second to third gear shifts in cold weather. Problem disappears after car has warmed up. Haven't taken it in for repair yet.
Clutch noise/preventative mechanical failure/found play in throwout bearing and odd wear in clutch/ and odd wear on pressure plate. Cause from hard driving. Parts would have gone easily another 50-100k
gear grind in second. supposedly performed TSB under warranty.
Clutch keeps squeaking, squeak comes back after lubing. Fix is new clutch master cylinder which is not covered by powertrain warranty. 2nd civic which does this. 60 dollars for diagnosis which was completely unnecessary, google it.
Clutch resistance and squeek when released slowly.
Clicking noise back again from 2011. Had to prove to them it clicks when it's cold and has a slight vibration each morning. They finally opted to replace the the drivers side axle shaft. Had to be ordered.
Replaced axle due to clicing noise on extreme turns. Dealership folks said this is a common issue. Powertrain was under warranty.