Question about 1989 Honda CRX
Acts like its starved for fuel going up hill
SOURCE: no power up hills
If you had a bad mass air sensor, it should register a fault code. Ditto for oxygen sensors. I'd change the fuel filter for sure, as well as spark plugs (make sure they're gapped correctly), and run a bottle of Seafoam through the gas tank. If that doesn't do it, change your cap, rotor, and spark wires (all told you're under $100 for everything).
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
Check spark plugs and all related cables, fuel hoses, fuel filter (change if black but make sure lines and fuel tank are clean first), and air filter. If blank spots are experienced when power is lost completely then firing of spark plugs may be the issue. Possibly also related to insufficient fuel reaching combustion chamber. Available for more consulation after you do through the above recommended basic checks.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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