Question about 1998 Honda Civic
Do the plugs and wires. It will be like a new car. I've gone throught that twice.. My civic (Hondi) Does not like to start in the cold winters of Buffalo, and it is key I keep gas in her at all times (least half a tank. This helps alot..and for the record, she ALWAYS starts. Go Hondi!!!
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Since your changing the wires and plug there is no reason not changing the cap and rotor in your distributor..i might check the battery voltage if you have full battery charge and then if not you might check the alternator..anyways do not forget to check your timing also at the back of you intake manifold there is a idle speed you might pull that one out too clean if check for carbon deposit goodluck.
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