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Honda accord ex 94 you put a new rotor cap plugs and wires and your car still starts rough when cold why?

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2005-12-06 04:26:10
2005-12-06 04:26:10

I'd check to make sure you have the plug wires on in the correct order. Check the AutoZone web site for repair manual that shows a diagram of the distributor pattern. If the plug wires are okay, it could be a possible fuel filter/pump issue or a stuck butterfly valve in your throttle body.

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