Question about 1986 Honda Civic
I have a honda civic the the year of the car is 1986 the car starts ok but when im driving it and i turn right it cuts out it dont do that when i turn left only right. i was told it was the float chaber were is the float chaber on hoda civic and how do i get to it
The float chamber is in the underside of the carburator if this is a carburated car.
If the float is in fact shutting off the fuel to the carburator the engine should still run on the fuel in the float bowl. Unless it is a very long sharp turn. Have you tried standing still and just turning the wheel hard to the right and see id the engine cuts out ? If it does you may have an exposed wire that touches somewhere when steering is all the way over to one side.
Hope this helps
Posted on May 13, 2009
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