Question about 1988 Acura Legend
Check the EGR valve. Look up on the internet where on your car it is located. Find the vacuum line connected to it. Start the engine cold and as it warms up and starts to miss and stumble, pull off the vacuum line from the EGR. If the car idles fine, replace the EGR. Ignition system problems are more likely to occur at idle or lower rpm. Besides, testing the EGR is free, easy and do fail in high mileage vehicles.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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