Here’s a great tip for anyone working on early OBDII Hondas, trying to resolve a misfire diagnosis, posted by Rudy from Montebello, CA. The issue is that these vehicles are not equipped with a misfire counter, so it becomes difficult to identify the offending cylinder without significant effort. Rudy provides a method to quickly and easily identify the problem cylinder. It is a great example of the immensely helpful information shared daily by the community at iATN.net. Check out his post to learn this great tip.
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