Question about 2002 Honda Civic
Can you help me?
My car may be 6 years old but it only has approx. 46,000 miles on it
Well you didnt give me much to go on here but im gonna try to be psychic.. Ha ha joking! No the car is a 2002 model if its six years old. So im assuming it would not have a distributor cap and rotor button and your timing should not be out of the margin of error. So for you it is really just a one shot deal with the info you have provided. The quickest way to find you a fix is take the car and have a diagnostic test run on it. The cost for this is generally $30 dollars or so. So if i were you that would be my first move. The computer will tell the technician exactly which component on your car isnt operating correctly, and hopefully for you it will be inexpensive.. Hope you try this first it will really save ya alot of guess work.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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