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Old 04 Oct 2006, 12:59 pm
Derek Lawler
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Default 1986 Honda Civic 1.5 Stalls

A few months back I had the transmission rebuilt and found the power booster
was defunct when I got the car back. I replaced that and the master
cylinder and got evrything working except that the engine stalls on me when
I come to a stop. It is intermittent, and often the engine will continue
running normally. I haven't started pulling plugs or messing with the
distributor, thinking that first I could consult with the experts here and
eliminate redundant probing around. Thanks as usual. You have answered
questions for me in the past, which has helped quite a bit.
Derek in Pompano Beach

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