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Old 27 Nov 2009, 05:18 pm
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Default 1988 Honda Accord Rough idle when cold.

Hi, I'm new to the forums, and I been searching for the problem I've been having with my car. so far I've found nothing that really deals with it.

So here is my problem, on cold mornings when I start my car it take a while to get it going. After its going the idle is around 950 rpm and sounds like it's miss firing a cylinder. so far I've replaced the cap, rotor, spark plugs, spark plug wires, the vacuum advance, cleaned the carb, replaced the PCV valve, and cleaned everything around the carb. Can you guys think of anything else it might be?

it's a 1988 honda accord with a manual transmission and is carbureted.
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