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Old 23 Apr 2010, 12:39 pm
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Default 98 honda civic hard to start in the morning?

I have a 98 honda civic LX it's hard to start in the morning. I change the battery last week. PCV valve changd last weekend.Cap, rotor, wire, plugs changed last year. Clogged fuel filter?Air filter looks ok. The car drives fine after starting and in the afternoon. Full power from engine with no power loss. Needs
answers. THanks so much!
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