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I'm having problems with what i think is the PGM-FI system.

(1990 Honda Prelude)
in Tempe, AZ on November 25, 2013
I believe that the fuel injection system and my intake system are having a few problems. This car was bought from the original owners with these few problems existing. The car runs great but sometimes has some trouble starting when its cold outside. its seems as though it is flooding at some points and not at others. If i let it sit for a bit and then try again to start it then it turns right over and starts. Maybe it would be as simple as changing a fuel filter or something but I'm just not sure. Got any clever ideas on what i could do??? Its also an 1986 but i could not select that as a year available, if that helps any.
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on November 25, 2013
starting problem..first when acting up and would not start check fuel pump if making noise/has power, then check fuel line going to injector if have gas.
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