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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remove brackett from under intake manifold to block you will see a gray or green plug look real close and you will see a bare wire or a wire that has been pinched real bad this wire controls heater circuit for the o2 sensors also check fuse # 15.there is a tsb from honda on this problem
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
See if you can get the codes. If it is still number 4 only (probably a P0304) it could be the fuel flow through injector 4. Try some Techron cleaner and make sure number 4 plug isn't fouled. Also get the compression checked on number 4.
If not, it could be the ignition control module assuming all other changes have been made. If you get a code it will help. A P0300 would point toward the ICM. If it is number 4 only it could still be the ICM. Expect around $150 for the module if you do it yourself. The ICM may be under the coil pack. If you are getting a P1361 and/or P1362 it could be the Cam position sensor. They are around $40 and are usually near the number one cylinder. Mine is hiding under the water pump pulley. It is a Buick with the 3.8 engine but the principal is the same.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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