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1992 honda accord xe

The car slighly sputters at 35 - 40 mph ..only at this speed???? weird..has new plugs ..distributor cap and rotor.....could is be bad spark plug wires....bad fuel filter or fuel pemp getting ready to go bad??? runs good at nay other speed????strange

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If your car is fuel injected it may be the throttle position sensor, (TPS) hook up a DVOM and check that voltage output of sensor is steady closed to open throttle, since 35MPH is near closed throttle, that is were to focus your attention, also the mass air flow meter (MAF) may be at fault, do you have any codes? These 2 parts donot as a rule set codes.

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