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Have a 92 accord ex..auto....have replaced the distributor, put new spark plugs and wires...but am still having trouble with the car holding back and backfiring when I give it gas....help

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    Jeff Turcotte Sep 13, 2010

    Is it running very rough? How fast will the car go (I mean is it really weak)?

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I would try and replace the fuel filter when they get clogged they cuase the car to run like **** and when give gas it will hesitate or just run terrible they are like 12 bucks and 30 minutes to replace this should fix it

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