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Old 25 Jul 2010, 06:33 pm
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Default 1986 Accord keeps dying!!!

I have an 86 non EFI that will start just fine and run for a while then sputter and die like it ran out of gas. I have replaced the fuel pump, two inline filters, checked the cat. converter. I am not much of a mechanic but I can usually work my way through problems. This one has me stumped. The problem is very inconsistent but continually getting worse each time I take it out. It does not seem to be affected by temperature. Once it dies it will not restart. The next day it may or my not start. I hooked up a gravity fed fuel line directly to the fuel line going to the carb and the car started and ran fine which tells me it is some kind of fuel delivery problem. Any help will be greatly appriciated.

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