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weird hesitation

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by 92civicb18b1, Nov 29, 2003.

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    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    92 civic with ls swap

    I'm having some problems, it seems to be hesitating below 4k mainly from 1500-2000 rpm. I'm still waitin for my Ls ecu so i'm usin the stock 92 dx (p06?) ecu. I haven't timed it or checked it even. I drove to go get some gas and to UPS and it ran with the hesitation but when I left UPS it didn't wanna start (not getting suffiect air/fuel.) After I reset the ecu it started right up..

    1. What do you think the problem is.
    2.Please give me a detailed description on how to adjust timing
     
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    read my article in the article section on adjusting cam timing, there is a how to adjust ignition timing using a light and the dist.
     
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    does it only happen at partial throttle?

    if so, i'd check the voltage on your TPS
     
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    yup, only partial throttle, wide open it just whips right through the surge. Is there a special way to test the voltage?
     
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    Ok so I test the voltage on the combination of the 3 wires (didn't know whick 2 to check) The most logical voltage reading was .7 volts. I have a feeling thats too high, is there a way to lower it?
     
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