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93 civic ex with a d15b vtec engine bogs when i give it gas

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by SLTSTRANGE, Jan 3, 2012.

  1. SLTSTRANGE

    SLTSTRANGE New Member

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    i have a 1993 civic ex that has a new d15b vtec and new transmission. my problem is if i slowly give it gas in park it does fine but when im not slow about it i bogs down also when it is in any gear or neutral it bogs down wether i give it gas fast or slow to the point were its about to cut off i've cleaned the iacv and bleed the air out of the coolant ive also reset the ecu
     
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    CAFROG Honda Minion VIP

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    Fuel filter might be needing a change
     
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    i'll try that could it be that simple
     
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    you might have gotten the plugs mixed up on the back of the manifold, i think 3 of them are interchangeable. good luck
     
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    What ecu are you running?
     
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    p28 and ive tried theres only 2 plugs the map and tps that are the same ive read other people say there are 3 and searched for it with no luck finding another i've tried switching them but that didnt help it actually didnt run any different i dont know why that is though bc other people got a change when they switched theirs
     
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    What did you do with the O2 sensor?
     
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