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Old 19 Jan 2008, 03:47 pm
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Unhappy tdc crankshaft position sensor

hello everyone...im trying to find out whats wrong with my honda civic 2001 ex...my car after a little driving arnd the neighborhood the ck engine light comes on and the car starts to stall on me and backfires..car wont go ovr 30 mph i was told it was called limp mode...but after car cool off the cars starts running fine again...then ck engine comes bck on and does same thing again...can i get some help
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