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Old 29 Dec 2009, 06:26 pm
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Default 94 civic seems flooded right after i shut it off

I have a 94 honda civic ex. I can start it up and it runs great but if i shut it off and try to restart it, it acts flooded. It runs great when it runs, doesn't die when driving. It had a new cap and rotor and all parts of the distribiture replaced before I got it. I have already fixed the main relay, new plugs, new wire and new fuel filter. I have to let the car sit for hours before it will start. If I pull the fuse for the ecu and crank it for 30-45 seconds (15 at a time) then put the fuse back in, it will try to fire but it wont start. I have a fuel presuure gauge on it right now and when you turn the key on it goes to 40-45 psi. it has been sitting for 2 hours and the gauge still reads 36psi. The plugs are wet if I pull them out. car has 139,000 miles on it.
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