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SPUTTERING AT CONSTANT RPM???

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by caraudioeric, Feb 9, 2004.

  1. caraudioeric

    caraudioeric Junior Member

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    I HAVE A 89 CIVIC HB WITH A B16 SWAP... at lower rpm (mainly 2000 to 3000), in any gear, if i stay at the same rpm i get a bad sputtering almost like a missfire??
    any ideas?? also the module in the distributer keeps going bad on me i have a msd blaster coil and cap. coil is hooked up correctly. i know some people at a shop around here and im not the only one who has the dist. problem but they have no fix or ideas,any help would be great.
     
  2. H22CL

    H22CL Junior Member

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    The "sputtering" is cause by the IACV, either it's not hooked up or it faulty. my h22 was doing the same thing, just fixed it two days ago.
     
  3. caraudioeric

    caraudioeric Junior Member

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    thanks for the reply i'll check it and let you know how it goes
     
  4. caraudioeric

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    ecu isnt giving iacv code though??
     
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    swanny Senior Member

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    I would start at your cap and rotor and then look at your plugs wires.
     
  6. caraudioeric

    caraudioeric Junior Member

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    both plugs and cap brand new msd rotor is new as well
     
  7. fardoche

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    I had the same sputtering problem after my swap. Reversing the O2 sensors (at ecu) took care of it.
    Good luck
     
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