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Old 01 Oct 2008, 07:19 pm
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Default 1998 Accord cold running problem

When I start my 1998 4cyl Accord (170,000 miles), I have almost no power and I can't get above 15MPH. It hasn't stalled yet, but it feels like it might. Then after about 5 minutes, it abruptly begins to run fine. This problem only comes back if the car is off long enough to cool off. It's been doing this without fail for almost a week. Any ideas? My mechanic tried replacing an ignition module, but no change. Thank you very much!
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