Question about 1990 Honda Civic
I would adjust the timing, if it is sluggish then it could be that the timing is off
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
New spark plugs, plug wires, and cap and rotor should help hondas go through them a lot. my 87 and 96 civic went through them frequently. cleaning or replacing the air filter may help too ita basically a tune-up. Theres a fuel treatment sold at auto part stores and even walmart called seafoam its a red and white can on sale you can find it for about 7 bucks try that too. She is old and im sure giving you all she can they are are not known for their speed and power but they last forever if you treat them right.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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