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Old 03-16-2018, 09:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is my first post. I just traded for a 2000 honda civic ex coupe. I noticed when I test drive it that once you get to about 2000 rpm the engine flutters or hesitates to gain power and causes power loss. The engine light came on about an hour later. Engine light isn't blinking, it's just solid. Plz help! Car has d16Y8.

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It's possible it's in some 'get you home' mode.
You need to see if you can get the fault code from the system. If you don't know anyone with a reader, you could always try the 'paperclip test'. This is well covered by YouTube posts.
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It's possible it's in some 'get you home' mode.
You need to see if you can get the fault code from the system. If you don't know anyone with a reader, you could always try the 'paperclip test'. This is well covered by YouTube posts.
Got the code read and it said o2 censor and or catalytic converter. Could that cause shuttering of power at higher rpm?


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