Question about Honda Civic
Try doing a fuel injector check. do this by pulling each of the cables out one at a time while the car is running. pull out the first one, if the car starts to shake even more, or turn off, then the fuel injector is good. replace the spark plug cable. repeat the steps for the rest. if the car remains does the same thing, as in starts to shake more or turn off, then the problem exists elsewhere. but, if you remove one of the spark plug cables, and the car remains the same, then you found your bad fuel injector. the only other thing that occurs to me is changing the fuel filter. it could be that the fuel filter is clogged, and when you started going up hill, the fuel pump simply couldnt push the fuel up. but the first one sounds more logical. it either sounds like it could be what you said, about one of the cylinders not working, or a loss of pressure somewhere, which would be fuel, or air. usually air is alot less likely to cause problems like this than fuel. hope this helps, goodluck.
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