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Answered 2009-10-27 19:13:45

hey look into getting a head gasket done you might be loading up and the only way to keap it running is to burn it off check your heads for pits or holes. What is the shaking? like where is it coming from and is it missing at all? if so check plug wire and plugs egr valve fuel pump ?


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I would suggest a new set of plug wires.

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Your thermostat is stuck open. Buy a new one they are usually really cheap and you can usually repair it yourself. They are easy to get to even in compact engine space.

Is the engine running?! If so, you've got a rough idle. Could be bad ignition timing, or the ignition (suppression) wires are worn out. Or perhaps you've got a vacuum leak. If the car really shakes when you rev the engine, you mighta busted an engine mount.

The ignition is live or hot and has power available. The term neutral does not really apply.

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The ignition coil is really easy to check. To check the ignition coil spin the engine over at around 250 RPM and watch for a spark in the tester window.

Hi, I've been having the same problem myself. If you can start the engine, but it won't keep running when you release the key, yes, it is likely that the ignition switch is faulty. Can you keep the engine running by holding the key in between start and on positions? For some reason I can't find a new ignition switch on sale (electrical portion of the switch) for 5th generation civics (92-95)-- whenever you look for it, you can only find the whole ignition lock assembly. The really puzzling part is that some of them are very expensive ($270-350) and some of them are much cheaper ($60) although the photos of those parts look almost identical. If you are DIY kinda person and try to fix it yourself, good luck, and let me know how it turned out.

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The problem could either be a stuck starter solenoid or a bad ignition switch. He's right, I would lean toward the ignition switch first, but I once had a bobcat that had the contacts in the solenoid fuse together and keep running. I think it was because of a lot of continuous cranking making them really hot.

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the car still works because the motor is what keeps it running. the intrumentals are just part of an electric system of your car. really, all you need to do to start a car is just the ignition then your good to go. =)

running in the same problem. i come to conclusion its not EGR fuel pressure regulator or fuel pump. as the fuel pressure stays the same when this happens. it either has to be faulty injectors or ignition.

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If you mean why the difference in RPMs between idling and driving, the difference is due to the engine load; At idle, the engine isn't really doing much other than staying running, but under load (driving) the engine has to put its power out to the drivetrain, hence the symptomatic loss of engine speed (RPMs).

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