Question about 1986 Honda Civic
With the information provided, I can think of two different solutions. the first one is to take the vehicle to your local muffler shop, to have the catalytic converter checked to see if it is plugged. The second would be to check the timing to see if it has jumped a couple of teeth on the belt. (It might be that you need to have the timing belt replaced).It is recomended to replace the timing belt every 60,000 miles.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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