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Agree with all of the above, however, always start simple. Make sure all of your spark plug wires are securely attached to the spark plugs. If that doesn't do it, pull your spark plugs and take a look at them. You mention popping which is probably backfiring. This can be caused from improper timing, such as a problem with your timing belt and can also be caused by a clogged catalytic converter.
Posted on Apr 20, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
be checking the fuel filter.. and the auto shutoff relay..
Posted on Dec 16, 2013
Testimonial: "im getting codes for random misfire P0300 and P0449 for canister vent valve solenoid fail. the problem i was having is much worse now, the van spits and sputters, grumbles and carries on. the check engine light blinks. i got the plugs and wires changed, changed that solenoid, and changed a fuel pressure vapor sensor(because advance auto wouldnt take the time to give me the correct code) the fuel pump works you can hear it running, someone told me coil pack, but i dont wanna sink any more money in this thing unless i know the exact problem, dont have the money to get it towed to the garage, im screwed"
Clogged Gas Filter
Worn out & Blocked Exhaust Converter
Bad Ground at Fuel Pump
The different gas gauge readings would indicate a ground
issue with the sending unit in the fuel tank & possibly the
fuel pump shares the same ground or it is worn out.
I would check fuel pressure with a gauge & the fuel may be
there, but not enough volume
A fuel pump can last 4 years or 18 years
Posted on Sep 05, 2012
For a 1989 Honda Civic, to remove the fuel pump after you've removed the tank, disconnect the fuel lines and connector, then remove the fuel pump mounting nuts. If there's a ring, unscrew it to remove the fuel pump. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Posted on Apr 20, 2013
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