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I just put a new distibutor in my GF 1998 civic It was throwing a 1362 code new distibutor solved that engine light is out, but now the car stumbles on acceleration of idle. It did not do this with the old distibutor! Gregg

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The best thing is take that distributor out, exchange for other new one. make sure the new distributor is a right year for your car and model . good luck

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