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I have a 1991 Honda Accord

While I'm driving down the street my car feel like it starts to lose power the it just dies on me I don't even know where to being to start. The RPM's needle continuesly bounces from one side to the other side and back it wont stop bouncing. Please help me.

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This sounds like it could be an immobilisor problem, if there is not one installed then you have to look at the electrical system as apposed to the fuel due to the giveaway on the dash board

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