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I have a civic with an jdm h22a swap in it with a garrett turbo, I switched out the plugs and the wires and then i put the old plugs in bec i found out the new ones were garbage. I was driving on the highway steady speed of 65 - 70, slight bucking once in a while, when i punch it, it gets really choppy and bucks alot, it also stalled out a few times and i was able to restart after a few mins. then it stalled a last time and now it wont start, i think it might be the fuel filter or pump not really sure though? wires that i put in are msd high per. wires.

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  • kimberly600 Sep 08, 2008

    1998 Honda Civic standard - terrible "bucking" at low speeds and intermittent at high speeds. Had it in the shop for 4 days - they couldn't figure out the problem. Replaced a few plugs.

    Also, the power windows sometimes work, and sometimes don't. No rhyme or reason.

    98K miles -

    It is running so rough but can't find a solution. Please help if you can.

  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    1st thing is to dertermine the cause of the no start, an engine needs 3 things to start, fuel, spark to light the fuel, and air to mix with and burn the fuel, so check the fuel pressure and check to see if it has spark, turbo's are very ******* ignition parts because of the huge increase in cylinder pressure, it takes a much higher voltage to fire the spark plug. Let me know what you find and I will try and sort this out.

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Clarky0717 - Many aftermarket plug wires do not make a good connection in the honda motors. Sounds to me like either there is more to what you have installed, or the plug wire is shorting out or not making good contact. I suggest NGK (Honda OEM spark plug wires) or use the original equipment.

Kimberly600 - You have a ground issue either at the (-) terminal of the battery, on the engine block or just above the transmission on the frame. Clean the terminals and make sure the ground cable from the battery to the engine to the frame is making good contact.

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