Question about 1993 Honda Civic 4 Door
Posted by Anonymous on
I'd first check the fuel filter since its the cheapest to see if it has some rust or water in it. Then check timing see if maybe skipped timing since that is free. Then if that not the issue might be something ignition wise. Check distributor cap rotor for burnt marks. I've heard changing ignition module has fixed some problems or ignition box. Good luck. hopefully something simple.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
electrical issus. have you ever replaced the spark plugs and wires? distributer cap and rotor? might be time to do this routine maintenence.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
SOURCE: car sputters at high rpms
Its either your fuelk pump or fuel filter that is causing your problem you need to have filter replaced to see if that solves your problem if not then it is your fuel pump you will need to have replaced.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
This model car has a "permanent" Fuel filter/pump combination. It is not meant to be changed. The filter/pump combo is in the fuel tank and can be accessed from under the back seat. I am highly doubtful that the filter is the malfunction you are experiencing. When your vehicle has low power and runs rough rough at low RPM's and then starts misfiring at 3500 RPM, it sounds like your timing belt has stripped some cogs and is in the process of shredding. THIS IS AN ENGINE EMERGENCY!!! IF THE BELT FAILS COMPLETELY AT HIGH RPM IT WILL DESTROY YOUR ENGINE!!! Do not fool around with changing sensors until you have had this checked out. If your DTC is saying that the MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) sensor or TDC (Top Dead Center) sensor is bad, check the timing belt.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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