2004 Honda Civic Bolt Pattern

The bolt pattern for a 2004 Honda Civic is 4x3.94—but that’s not the only measurement you’ll need to upgrade your wheels. Luckily, Jerry’s got you covered.
Written by Kathryn Mae Kurlychek
Reviewed by Melanie Reiff
A 2004 Honda Civic has a bolt pattern of 4x3.94, indicating four bolts per wheel that form a circle 3.94 inches in diameter. 
One of the best parts of owning a Honda Civic is, it never goes out of style—and when it comes to customizing your ride, the options are endless behind the wheel of a Civic. Modifying your Civic’s wheels is one of the easiest changes you can make, and it can make a big difference in the way your car looks and feels on the road. But before you tackle wheel mods, you’ll need to know a few important figures, including your Civic’s bolt pattern.
This
car repair
guide will help you find your 2004 Honda Civic’s bolt pattern, along with other important wheel measurements.
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2004 Honda Civic bolt pattern 

Honda Civics made between 2000 and 2005—including the 2004 Civic—share the same
bolt pattern
: 4x3.94. But just looking at that number can feel confusing—especially if you’re new to the world of bolt patterns. So let’s break it down.
No matter the type of vehicle you own, your car’s bolt pattern (also sometimes referred to as a lug pattern) is expressed in the following way:
# of bolts x diameter of the circle they form
So, a 5x5 bolt pattern, for example, would indicate a car’s wheels each have five bolts present, and those five bolts are set apart in a circle that is five inches in diameter. With your ‘04 Honda Civic, on the other hand, you’ll find just four bolts that are spaced in a circle 3.94 inches in diameter
Along with your Civic’s bolt pattern, there are a few other measurements you’ll want to know before you attempt to change out the wheels yourself: 
  • Factory wheel size: 14 inches, 15 inches, 16 inches 
  • Stud size: M12 x 1.5
  • Offset: 34 mm to 48 mm
  • Center bore: 56.1 mm
  • Wheel tightening torque: 108 Nm

How to measure your Honda Civic’s bolt pattern

The measurements above should be all you need to get started on swapping your wheels—but if you’re a perfectionist (like us) you may be tempted to double-check that number for yourself. Luckily, measuring your 2004 Honda Civic’s bolt pattern at home is easily accomplished—and all you need is a measuring tape or ruler to get started.
Once you’ve got your measuring tape in hand, select any bolt on one of your car’s wheels and measure center to center across the hub assembly to the opposite bolt. The measurement you get indicates the diameter. Then, just count the number of bolts on the wheel, and put those two measurements together—and voila! You’ve got your bolt pattern. 
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A 2004 Honda Civic has a bolt pattern of 4x3.94, indicating there are four bolts set in a circle that’s 3.94 inches in diameter.
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