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  1. Morning! I've just inherited a 62 plate Honda Civic 1.8 petrol for my late father. I've been looking to buy a Haynes manual and to give it a service but I'm having a bit of trouble being certain which parts I need as 2012 seems to be a boundary year for this model. I was wondering if you guys could help me identify exactly which model I have and which manual/parts I need? My first issue is the Haynes manual. The Haynes site returns this https://haynes.com/en-gb/honda/civic/2006-2012 which, at a glance, would be the one I need but it also states: As a 62 plate which covers Sep 2012 - Feb 2013, does this mean it's not suitable? There is also this one https://haynes.com/en-gb/honda/civic/2012-2015 but from what I can gather it's for North American models... From my research I believe I have a MK9 with a R18Z4 engine. No ideal about it's model/trim level. Does this sound right? Hoping someone can clear me up on this! Cheers 😁
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