I have a 07 Honda Civic. When I start it, the car acts like its not getting gas. I have change plugs, fuel pump,crank sensor,fuel injector cleaned & throttle body clean.

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Asked by Sep 08, 2013 at 01:58 AM about the 2007 Honda Civic LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I start it, the car acts like its not getting gas or no fire to engine. I have change plugs, fuel pump,crank sensor. I had the fuel injectors  & throttle body cleaned. The car will run for a day or two then it does this. when it sits for a few hrs. it will start uo like nothing is wrong.

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is the check engine light on? if not do a visual fuel pressure test w a guage pressure needs to be higher than 35psI at.idle and up to 60 psi at high rpm. if it checks out start examining wiring connectors and ground wires these cars are super sensitive to poor grounds. have you done any modifications to this car,( tunerism )? is there any kind of smoke from exaust? black,blue,or white?

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have u replaced the air filter?

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check the main relay common issue with honda's. they get warm and end up getting a break in the connection then when they sit they can cool and the connection may connect again. but could be wrong

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Where is it I looked under the dash. I'm EVERYWERE on the internet looking for the main relay on a 2007 honda civic..

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I do not know first hand where it is on a 07 try downloading a repair manual

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Never heard of main fuel relay issue in this generation civic. I have found a few with Mass Airflow sensor issues. Since your throwing parts at it, try a mass airflow sensor. Good luck.

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