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Old 04-12-2010, 07:54 PM   #1
My dinner reheated before my turbo spooled
 
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sputtering and stalling out and erratic tach on my 92 civic b18c swap

These are the symptoms I've been experiencing lately on my Civic (92) with a B18c/GSR Swap obd1.

I figured that the bouncing tach needle was related to the ignitor so I changed that out with a new aftermarket one and as I drove home it was fine, until after 20 minutes of driving.

Then it sputtered hesitated felt like there was no spark, jerked the car around and then it stalled out. I coasted to the side and waited 20 minutes.

Started it again and it was fine for another 10 minutes. Waited again and it started fine.

Anyone have any experience with this? Bad connection on ignitor? I was figuring that mainly due to the bouncy needle, but that wasn't solved obviously.

Anyone have a spare Obd1 Distributor I can try out?
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Old 04-13-2010, 07:16 PM   #2
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Solved. It was a bad ground on the thermo housing.
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