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Old 07 Jun 2011, 07:43 am
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Question 96 civic with a b18b1

k i have a 1996 civic ex with a 1994 b18b1 swap. the car would run but would try to die and would bogg down and sputter real bad. backfires out intake and check engine ligh on... any help at all would be appreciated. When I start running on kow rpm it seem it wanna die it hasitate to run after running around 35 it stop acting up it accelerate slow n on the highway it takeits time togo fastt?..
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