Question about 1998 Honda Accord
Posted by Anonymous on
That sort of misfire is typical of ignition problems. Start by checking the condition of the plugs, then the wires, then rotor, and finally the distributor cap. Have in mind that a particularly black, oily spark plug doesnt necessarily means that it is shot, but also it could mean that the cable leading to it, or the corresponding contact at the distributor cap is not doing its job.
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