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High RPM Sputter

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by Skunk, Sep 11, 2011.

  1. Skunk

    Skunk New Member

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    I have a 94 Civic Which sputters at high rpm. Ive changed Dizzy, Plugs cap rotor and fuel filter... The check engine light is on with a abnormal smell coming from engine bay and idk what i chould do next besides take it in...
     
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    check the code
     
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    GlassHeadlights West West Yall

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    Yeah it would have been wise to check the code before replacing the parts.

    It takes a couple minutes, you just need a piece of wire and the code list.
     
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    Piece of wire to check the code? please go into further detail as I will probably have to take it in...
     
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    I am getting a code 4 Crank position sensor... Which wont allow it above 3500 rpms Ive reset the ECU and replaced the Dizzy i still get the CEL... Could it be the harness or out of timing?
     
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    GlassHeadlights West West Yall

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    The engine timing could very well be out. Get a manual, start reading. :)
     
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    foul smell you say? check the coil...
     
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    oh, wait... damn... missed the fact that you replaced the distributor...
     
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    Well come to find out that Remanufactured Dizzy's are GARBAGE and the sensor always throws a code in OBD1 so I had to buy a new one, could of gone to a junk yard but i didnt want someone elses problem... Thanks for the input guys...
     
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