Great advice, you’re right, the mechanic did say he sprayed water on
the engine and it ran bad until it dried off, this makes sense that
the wires are worn. Will replace wires , cap, and rotor. Thanks
> > Did replace the wires but they were generic and didn’t fit
> > took them back, i know i should always stay with OEM for
> > Going to go with injector cleaner first before i start
> > anything, the mechanic says Honda wires should be good for
> life? I’m
> > not so sure.
> Absolutely not. The wires are good for maybe seven years.
> After that the
> insulation begins to break down, allowing moisture to wick
> current away
> from the core.
> You NEED to replace the entire high-tension side. That means
> wires, plugs,
> cap and rotor. Failure to do this will result in worsening
> problems and eventual coil/igniter failure.
> The Unofficial Honda/Acura FAQ
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