98 civic ex has 192K on body 95K on motor, I've been told that honda fuel pumps do not go bad by several mechanics, is it possible the fuel regulater is bad or the pick up screen has fallen off? I'm at a loss as to what else it could be..
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Engines often misfire when going under max load conditions, due to tune up issues, bad coil, weak fuel pressure, clogged cat converter, dirty filter or injectors, dirty plugs, bad ignition module, other...
turn left, sputter, sputter, pop! sputter, sputter..............vvveeerrrooommm !? WTF? Crazy 91 Honda CRX just became a death car tryin to get through an intersection. Checked all my wires and ended up in the gas tank tryin to put the fuel pump back together. POS pump is in the left side of the tank!? So if you got a few miles on it the fuel pump screen can fall off. Turn left and the last 1/8th of a tank goes to the right leaving a 3/4 ton chevy in your girlfrends lap...well almost. I still got the CRX, the girl got droped off at the car wash cuz she smelled like poo.
it is sometimes located on the engine bay or interior fuse box just check the labels.., or you can try turning your car on but dont start the engine try to check on the back portion or near the tank if you can hear the fuel pump. Failure or low pressure fuel pump will stall you engine.