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1992 Honda Accord LX Wagon

My poor wagon was driven through water and we had to replace plugs, oil, oil filter, plug wires, distributor, button, air filter and valve cover gasket. It started and ran for approximately 5 miles, then died in traffic and would not start, it has spark, and fuel to fuel rail, new distributor is dry. Water came up as high as console between seats. Any ideas.

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The computer is located under the carpet, passenger side, where passengers feet would be. If the water was up to the console, your computer was doing the back stroke, and I'm afraid it drowned. Sorry! countrycurt0

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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