Unless you're burning some special fuel you brewed up for yourself, (or
nobody told you to use injector cleaner once in a while) you are
probably mis-diagnosing something else.
You know that your CR-V needs to have the valves adjusted every 30,000
miles, right? If you're getting a CODE P030x where x = cylinder #1-#4,
you're more likely smoking a valve. First time it stalls at a stop sign
during the warm-up cycle is the time to fix it, since the next symptom
(CHECK ENGINE light) is usually after the head is wrecked.
Here's one of dozens of similar posts about CR-V (and Integra) valves.
it was runing rought and the engine light come on. I took it to the
mechanic (honda dealer) he said the code indicated a bad fuel injector.
same thing happened at the begining of the summer with a different
injector (which by the way they had to replace a couple months later
because it was defective).
jim beam wrote:
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