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Old 29 Oct 2009, 07:46 pm
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Default Any idea why my 2002 RSX has a miss at 1600 rpm's?

The car is a 5 speed automatic, and when it shifts into 5th and the rev's drop off, the car wants to miss until I get it over maybe 2000rpm's or about 35mph. I changed out the plugs, but haven't gone into the entire system yet since I am getting ready to put it into storage. Ideas? Thanks.
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Old 29 Oct 2009, 08:01 pm
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The most likely culprits would be:































a: Fuel: Check your filters, lines, rail etc















b: Ignition: Check plugs, plug wires, coil packs etc















c: Air: Check your air filter, MAF assembly, TPS sensor etc.































I know I'm being very general with the suggestions, but based on what you've written I can only give troubleshooting tips. Hope that helps.
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