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Problem with my 1987 honda civic wagon,just put in a new catalitic converter and it stalls out when i am on the freeway,but does not die,it just losses power

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I would have to suggest changing your fuel filter if that doesnt help check fuel pressure could be a bad fuel pump caused by plugged filter. i have also seen issues with distributors in these cars

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