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Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by OOKIEJDM, Mar 1, 2010.

  1. OOKIEJDM

    OOKIEJDM New Member

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    Im new here. I need help i just got an 96 ek my car drives drives and everything but then my car starts bogging when i start going fast and idk whats thr problem i change everything put a new gas pump and a whole brand new tune up..The car had nitrous b4 but dnt have it no more what do you think could be the problem..??
     
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    efhondakid My name is Byron. VIP

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    Any CELs?
     
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    OOKIEJDM New Member

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    I dont even know to be 4real..It does it like all the time when im driving a while idk if it could be the ecu either.
     
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    Do a comprssion test. It could be the piston rings. $40 for new Nippon rings.
     
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    Anything else you might think could be it?? Imma check the piston rings on it..
     
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    civichatch1988 Ef hatch

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    Could be a sensor or possibly vacuum? Check engine light on? If so check ecu for codes
     
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    Dieselhondas New Member

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    I'm curious to see if I'm right. You said you replaced all the basic stuff already. So my guess is still check the compression next. A tester is realy cheap at Autozone and only takes 5 min. I purchased an ls with 160,000 miles. Shortly after startig to rag on the car, it started cutting out sometimes under excelleration. The rest of the time it seamed to run fine. So I thought it was fuel or ingintion cutting out. Shortly after swaping a b20 into the 90 integra I installed the ls into my 90 hatch. The thing turned over great but wouldn't start. After three days of bs, checking wiring, relays, fuel, ignition.... I finaly did a commpresison check. 70 in each cylinder. Paid $160 for Nippon p30 pistons and rings ( raised my commpression for a little bump in power. You can just get the rings and skip having them pressed ), $50 to have them pressed onto my ls rods, $60 for rod bolts, $30 for Autozone cylinder honing tool. I already had a new head gasket laying around. found it easiest to just pull the head and oil pan with the block still bolted in. Honed the block right there in the car. Been running like champ ever since. If you know what your doing it won't take more than two hours to pull it apart and can be asembled the same day you get your rods pressed, or in your case the whole thing should be a one night project. Hopefully it is something simpler but for me it wasn't and I wasted more time looking for the problem then I did fixing it. It could be something like vacum hoses mixed up or crapy addjustable blox fpr that's sticking ...? Sometimes mixed vaccum hoses will make the car have a lobe at idle. Good luck! This is one of my first posts so let me know if I was any help.
     
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