Reassembly is the reverse of disassembly. Is there a more disingenuous term? Who wants to read every sentence backwards, just as they're flagging? To put everything back together, I started by taking the clingfilm off the throttle body.
In the space of 10 minutes, it was getting hard to see. Sunset is getting much earlier this time of the year :-(
Refitting the Air Box
With the airbox pushed back onto the throttle body, I popped the breather hose back on and tightened the two 10mm bolts (these don't need a lot of tightening).
Almost forgot to tighten that little 8mm jubilee clip screw/bolt back up:
Plugging the electrical connector back in, the airbox refitting is completed.
Refitting the Resonator
Last step! Slot the right hand side of the resonator back into the airbox union, and push the pipe below it into its clip on the the resonator. Then slot the fat intake tube into the resonator's left side.
Refit the four 10mm bolts:
...and the job is done. Hopefully, all this has prolonged the life of my EPS rack. Given the lack of grease at 63,000 miles, I think that lubricating the slider guide's area of travel ought to be part of the service schedule for these Civics.
Thanks for reading!