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I have a 2004 honda civic that just stops pulling. could it be the computer?

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  • the_jamm183 Jan 02, 2011

    When u turn the car off and back on after a few min it works again until it does it all over. No tranny slipping!!

  • the_jamm183 Jan 11, 2011

    the engine dont shut down, just quits pulling. cant figure out whats causing this. replacing the plugs that need to be replaced tomm.

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CATALATIC CONVERTER MAY BE PLUGGED AT NITE PARK ON PAVED SURFACE LEAVE CAR IDLE FOR A GOOD WHILE THEN LOOK UNDERNEATH IT AND SEE IF CONVERTOR IS GLOWING.

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

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  • the_jamm183 Jan 05, 2011

    hanvnt been able to check that yet but im also posted on honda-tech.com i was told the torque converter is bad. i removed the computer for 24 hours and put it back in today. drove it half the day only issue i had was after warm the car would die when put in reverse and idle rough when put in drive but not die.

  • Wendel Callender
    Wendel Callender Jan 05, 2011

    They do have a turque convertor thats called a lockout converter that will shut down your vehicle. Does your check engine light come on?

  • the_jamm183 Jan 05, 2011

    no check engine or flashing D light.

  • the_jamm183 Jan 12, 2011

    the engine dont shut down, just quits pulling. cant figure out whats causing this. replacing the plugs that need to be replaced tomm.

  • the_jamm183 Jan 12, 2011

    i was also told the ecu/immoilizer/matchin keys to change since they all have to match

  • the_jamm183 Jan 18, 2011

    not a cloged cat. its got to be electrical b/c of it coming and going. next place to check is the solenoids on the tranny its self and the connectors them selves.

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