2001 Honda Civic misfiring; just replaced plugs 3 weeks prior. No "check engine" light.
This is an intermittent problem, sometimes coupled with overheating. When I take it to the shop, they cannot duplicate the problem. Fuel treatment seems to help a bit, but do not want to go on into the future treating each tank. Would EGR be a potential issue?
why only three plugs? don't it have 4 cylinders? Check out forum for Honda might get better answer
You have a more concerning problem with the overheating than the misfiring.
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