Question about 2004 Honda Civic
Keeps losing power up hills then picks up and runs ok
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Fuses nearly always blow because of a bad earth. The switch only needs to short for a moment and the fuse will blow.
See if you can find a replcement swtich from a local breaker's yard or ebay and go on from there.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
Several causes possible.
Carburattor or injection type?
Carburator >> auto choke faulty.
Carburator >> mixture very wrong adjusted
Drawning carburator (needle/floater)
Distributor weights cannot move (dirt/rust spring broken)
Very dirty airfilter, or clogged airfilter
Faulty ignition cap. Check contacts, especially middle one if oldfashioned and nonelectronical.
Ignition timing set incorrectly.
Fuel pump broken.
Fuel filter blocked almost.
Vacuum line damaged.
Exhaust internally clogged by loose plate (corrossion) (potato in tailpipe effect).
And very seldom, water or diesel.
And a list of a lot of other things.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
is there the usual amount of exhaust coming out of the tailpipe?
adjust the timing,
\or your air filter is so bad the computer is leaning out the mixture so far,that you lost power.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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