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1998 honda crv misfire code 0303and 0304

Blinking engine light, checked codes 0303 qnd 0304 . i changed the cap rotor plugs and wires re set codes let idle in the drive way all is fine headed off again and under acceleration the engine light started blinking again re checked codes and the same 0303 0304 appear.car runs rough and transmission seems to shift funny.yet when acclerating in drive way under no load the car seems fine and the car was running fine before that thanks for any help you can offer andrew

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  • Anonymous Nov 16, 2008

    IM CHANGE CAP ROTOR WIRES SPARK PLUG IM DRIVE CAR THE LIGHIS ON OFF

  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2008

    Same exact problem. Just started out of the blue. Ajusted valves. Checked plugs (good). Cleaned Idle valve. Filled overflow. Added Fuel injector cleaner. Reset battery.Have not checked distributor yet. HELP! Especially bad with load on acceleration. Seems to run ok sometimes.


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Problem solved mechanic had wires on wrong thanks

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