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Golfman

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Thanks for your answer. More info. My car has about 65,000 miles on it. It has a short ram air intake, new. I have already fouled 3 sets of spark plugs, so I know that there is a lot of fuel getting to the cylinders. I unplugged the injectors and the car started. When the fuel was burned off, I plugged the injectors back in. The car spins over easily but still will not start. Any thoughts now.


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I have a l.6 sohc engine in my 98 civic. It appears to be getting too much fuel in the cylinders to fire. This car has always started as soon as the key was turned. This is a very smooth running engine with gas mileage around 37 mpg. No black smoke or anything from the exhaust. This started all at once. I thought it might be electrical, I have replaced the ignition coil, dist. cap, rotor, wires and the plugs 3 times. Please help


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