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My honda drives okay for awhile then the tachometer starts to bounce down to zero then back up,when that happens the car starts to chug.

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It sounds like you're loosing crank or cam siganl to the ECM. Unfortunately on that engine, both sensors are located inside the distributor and are not serviceable, short of a new distributor. I would check all wiring connections first, but more than likely, you've got a distributor about to drop a TRS or SRS sensor. the Stick

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