Question about 1997 Honda Civic
Last week, I replaced the whole distribution. I drove it for about 5 days. But It stalled on me on my way home from work. I smelled a burnt rubber prior it totally shut down. I opened the hood but did not smell any, only inside the car. While waiting for the tow truck, all the dashboard panel lit when trying to start but when I got home, none of it lit. The power window is not working also but the the radio, horn, headlights and alarm works fine. I checked all fuses and its all fine. Checked fuel pump, fine. And the timing belt rotates as well (timing belt was replaced almost year ago).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Fuel injectors may be dirty.. or plugged.
The car just sitting there may have caused the gas to go bad which may have
given them a head start on plugging from the get go. Get some cleaner for it.
When the dash lights blink, is it unlike anything you've seen it do before?
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