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Old 07-01-2009, 09:34 PM
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stumble at like 2250k under load

hey im a newb, but im gettin like a hesitation at 2200 rpm or so, just wanderin if anyone has come across this...i just bought the car about a month ago with 175k miles on it...i havent done any preliminary checks r anything for the hesitation...car has magnecore wires on it and everything else is stock as far as i know...i have had probs with hondas in the past misfirin to about 3k then fine cause of poor/bad plug wires...this doesnt feel to be the case tho...any suggestions??
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Re: stumble at like 2250k under load

Well, 175k is plenty of miles. Take your time and give it a tune up. ex: Fuel filter, air filter, plugs, cap, rotor, wires then give it some seafoam cleaning. Magnecore won't last forever (you don't know how long it been installed). You should also check the timing belt to make sure it still good specially the auto tensioner. Slip or broke timing belt = disaster. Good luck and welcome.
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Re: stumble at like 2250k under load

i hear ya...i know timing belt and tensioner was done at honda 20k miles ago...as far as the rest not sure...im gunnna pull the plugs when i get a chance and c what they look like...i dunno how involved i wanna get tho cause im plannin on a swap eventually
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Re: stumble at like 2250k under load

HOLY SHYT!!! You rev up to 2250k?
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Re: stumble at like 2250k under load

Yea check those item to see if it needed to be replace. Rotor/cap can effected too. Check oil level frequenly as h22 are know to burn oil. What swap are you planning to do?
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Re: stumble at like 2250k under load

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HOLY SHYT!!! You rev up to 2250k?
LoL....yeah give it a tune up, check the timing, just do some routine maintenance and if that doesn't solve the problem, come back to us.
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Re: stumble at like 2250k under load

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i hear ya...i know timing belt and tensioner was done at honda 20k miles ago...as far as the rest not sure...im gunnna pull the plugs when i get a chance and c what they look like...i dunno how involved i wanna get tho cause im plannin on a swap eventually
Unless you're gonna do the swap in the next month or two, the tune up will probably cost ya' a little over $100. I'm sure it's wasting gas too.
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Re: stumble at like 2250k under load

had the same problem last weekend.... it would idle perfect but if i raised it up to about 2k it would stumble and not wanna move... in other words fall on its face. try a throttle position sensor. i know they are riveted in so your gonna have to carefully take your throttle body off. drill the rivets out. get any honda throttle position sensor... civic/accord/integra/s2k/prelude and find two small 8mm bolts to put it back on. you are going to need a volt meter when its back in place. 4.50v the red wire from the tps plug will should read at WOT w/ just the ignition on.
maybe what i would do is find someone w/ a stock h22 throttle body and swap it to see if it fixes the problem first. then go from there.
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