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Old 08 Mar 2011, 01:31 am
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Default How to fix my 91 honda ef problem?

The.problem I have is that when I turn on the car, the rpm start to move up in down like if something was getting extra air. It has a swap in it. any ideas what it is? another thing is when I drive it and barely accelerate the car starts to jerk like shake kinda.? if you to fix it let me know please. Thanks
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Old 08 Mar 2011, 01:46 am
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Make sure the coolant is full and all the air is bled from the system.

Also on the intake manifold, there may be a small brass colored panel with two screws (depends on what engine you swapped) remove one screw, loosen the other. Twist the cap to the side and inside you'll see a plunger with a notch. Tighten this plunger till it stops be gentle, its fragile. Reinstall the cover. If this doesn't help, get it to a mechanic and have it checked out.
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