Question about 2001 Honda Civic
It sounds like a typical coil pack failure.... try swapping the second one with the last one and the third one with the third one and see if your code changes... i'm guessing cylinder two coil is at fault
Posted on Jul 28, 2012
You need to do a computer diagnostic again.
Because the code P1632, don't aply to your vehicle.
I have all the possibles codes for all the cars on MY computer.
Untill 2007 vehicles.
I recomend scann again.
OK.. depend on how many miles you have in your car.
The last week i had a costumer with the same problem.
It was the Catalystic converter damaged.
I think is a initial step to do on your car.
Check the fuel pressure.
OK> I hope this information work for you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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