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Old 21 Jun 2011, 05:11 pm
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Default 95 civic dx-Fluctuating idle speed and will not start without jump

Hello I have a 1995 Civic DX that will not start without a jump. Once started it has a rhythmic fluctuating idle speed. It has needed a new timing belt since I bought it 3 months ago. The catalytic burner just failed last week... Are these things related? I have a Haines repair manual but really don't even know where to start.... Any suggestions? Thank you

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