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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your not sure then do a me 12th inlet and 15 exhaust this will cover most cooking engines but not some GT older models .Yes iam aware what the so called bar room mechanics say about my advice but so long as it has a gap then it will run .All old british leyland engines were around this figure but some ford GT engine had wide gaps and clattered but ?? and some renaults had gaps as small as 4th and 8 th but this honda comes underthe catagory of what we call in the trade cooking engines .IE to go to the shops in and the school run
Posted on Oct 15, 2012
The Nippon-Denzo Distributor's are known to have problems. I had the same issue for 3 months where it would cut out and sometimes, actually kill my car. Finally I spend the $200 and put a new Distributor in the car and it fixed my problems. there are 2 different Distributors for your car, make sure you get the right one or it will not work.
Posted on Mar 03, 2014
Try going to your local library. They should have access to technical sites which otherwise you would have to pay for. If you're down to pay try alldata.com
Posted on Dec 18, 2014
Check crankshaft sensor and cam too.
Posted on Feb 06, 2015
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