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54 plate Honda civic 1.7 diesel keeps losing power then running ok ?

Keeps losing power up hills then picks up and runs ok

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Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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SOURCE: my honda civic start normaly, but after few minute start losing power

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

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SOURCE: 1986 Honda Civic 4x4 loses power up hill.

try downshifting

Posted on Jun 07, 2009

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SOURCE: 1995 honda civic lx losing power goin uphill

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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SOURCE: I have a 1990 Honda Civic Hatchback, it loses power going up hill

it could be that your car came out of time a little or you need a tune up

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

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Dodge ram turbo diesel 5.9 1999 runs good for 5 miles then start lose power then runs for 1 mile and keeps doing the same thing.I chaned the fuel filter and fuel pump but she keeps doing it.Fuel pressure...


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Fuel filter is probably clogging up (it's common), which restricts fuel flow and makes it hard to make the needed power for acceleration or other high-load situations like climbing hills. Change it and you'll probably be fine.

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I have a 1995 Honda Civic. When driving up hills


Check spark plugs and all related cables, fuel hoses, fuel filter (change if black but make sure lines and fuel tank are clean first), and air filter. If blank spots are experienced when power is lost completely then firing of spark plugs may be the issue. Possibly also related to insufficient fuel reaching combustion chamber. Available for more consulation after you do through the above recommended basic checks.

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My honda civic start normaly, but after few minute start losing power


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.

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Power Loss


My guess is injectors. The early duramax's had a lot of injector problems. They sometimes get to where they bleed constantly, and sometimes they break off... bad stuff. Check your oil for diesel. When my dads injectors when out on his 01 D'Max, his truck would run ok for a while, then lose power. Computer will cut power when it picks up an injector problem. BTW, Sightseer, diesels dont have spark plugs, however, the diesel filter is a good idea, you have to change them pretty regularly on the D'Max engines ( in order to try and prolong the injectors lives, mainly, the smallest bit of junk in your fuel can screw those early injectors up quick) I think they got the injectors mostly straightened out in the 04 models, what I've heard is thats the best model Duramax there has been, fuel economy, power, and reliability. Too bad all the year models arent that way :/

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No power up hills


If you had a bad mass air sensor, it should register a fault code. Ditto for oxygen sensors. I'd change the fuel filter for sure, as well as spark plugs (make sure they're gapped correctly), and run a bottle of Seafoam through the gas tank. If that doesn't do it, change your cap, rotor, and spark wires (all told you're under $100 for everything).

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