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    Recently we purchased 2000 Civic VTI Automatic (125000 Km) and its throuougt on petrol , the issue is the pickup is not very good and if A/c is on its pickup is toooo bad ( its feel some very small engine is running on CNG) , while we try to more acclrate due to pickup its start lowering the gears.. i have changed new 4 tips plug, air filter but still pickup tooo bad.


    Secndly when ever we start the car its goes upto 1600 rpm for several minutes and the caome down to 800-900 if i start the a/c on 800-900 its drop more upto 500.

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    Bad clutch could b problem, go to a professional guy ask him to disassemble intake manifold n wash her with carburator clean, also wash fuel rail with perol, clean the carbon on injectors, replace fuel filter with oem easily available. Do this only once u disassemble whole manifold, do not spray carby cleaner directly. Last ask him to check fuel pressure with guage. N btw any check light?

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    ^ lala its an auto , which clutch are u talking about
    If the kick bag had a problem , then it would shift gears a bit late

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    poor acceleration in such cars is due to fuel issues , firstly check ur fuel pressure as stated by @shazo , get ur throttle cleaned + ur injectors , u can clean the injector filters by removing the dirt and grime on it carefully but to clean them from inside u need to add an injector cleaner in ur fuel , once the fuel part is taken care of , if the problem is still there , the next thing u need to check is the electric part i.e ur sensors and wiring , and do have an eye on ur vtec
    FYI The r.p.m should rise as soon as u turn on ur AC
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    sounds more like a jugaar ECU in place.
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    since when has the car started feeling sluggish? any major parts changed? ecu? injectors? tires? what about transmission? any whining noise? what oil do you use?
    Take out all your plugs and post a picture here! thankhyou
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    Dear all, thanks for Guidance</SPAN>
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    I have recently purchased this car and no idea about replacment of parts. i have only changed the plugs and air/oil filters, privous owner told me that they have changed/repair main beggin of this car..

    secodly as suggested by Badpigs about "eye on Vtec" please guide me how i can check vtec?



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    Quote Originally Posted by abq_honda View Post
    Dear all, thanks for Guidance

    I have recently purchased this car and no idea about replacment of parts. i have only changed the plugs and air/oil filters, privous owner told me that they have changed/repair main beggin of this car..

    secodly as suggested by Badpigs about "eye on Vtec" please guide me how i can check vtec?

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    by the way! why do people call them beggin?
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    slanged out BIG END.. lol

    anyway - I have seen some mechanics remove the oil restrictor jet from the block face joining the head (bilaak fes) because it seemed too tiny to pass any sort of oil to them, this causes rapid failure of the crankshaft bearings and can also flood the cylinder head with all the sump oil - It will also severely mess up VTEC.

    not surprisingly it was missing on my own household Accord, Got it for free from the scrapyard.
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    @Xulfiqar how much do you want to bet that the *USTAAJI* didnt add any lubricant to the main Journals before placing the crank!
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    I suspect you have an ECU from a similar EXi fitted in your car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpoonMotorSports View Post
    @Xulfiqar how much do you want to bet that the *USTAAJI* didnt add any lubricant to the main Journals before placing the crank!
    one bajjillion zimbabwe dollars .

    ustajee - most probably just spit on the journals and called it a day and used his pana to tighten the mains...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    one bajjillion zimbabwe dollars .

    ustajee - most probably just spit on the journals and called it a day and used his pana to tighten the mains...
    buahahahahhaha KILLED IT
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