Question about 1992 Honda Prelude
Try replacing your spark plug wires. It is probably just misfiring, which will cause the engine to "surge" and then back off. This will repeat until the misfire is fixed. I would start with replacing the spark plug wires, and if you have any more problems, let me know. The radiator cap coming off would have eventually caused the engine to overheat, but it sounds like you didn't let it get that far. The spark plug wires may have gotten wet due to the radiator cap coming off, and now the spark plug wires are shorting out worse than they probably already were.
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Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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