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2000 Civic Ex dying when i come to a stop?? MAF sensor??

Discussion in 'Engine Tech / Drivetrain' started by kj 47, Oct 12, 2010.



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  1. kj 47

    kj 47 New Member 5+ Year Member

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    2000 civic has been turning off when i come to a stop once the car warms up. At start up idles and drives fine until it warms up then when i come to a stop it turns off. It starts fine imediatlly and will idle but turns off when i come to a stop agian?? I was told could be MAF sensor but what do you think any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. Wax Hands

    Wax Hands Smell my finger Registered VIP

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    You dont havea MAF sensor. They didnt start installing them until 2001-ish.

    Your engine runs on a MAP setup. However what you are describing either sounds like a faulty coolant temp sensor or perhaps an ignition issue.

    However I have seen fuel pumps stop operating after heating up, mainly only happens when the tank is low though.
     
  3. kj 47

    kj 47 New Member 5+ Year Member

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    thanks for the correction and info. If it was a tempeture sensor would I throw a CEL??? cause it dosent throw any codes.
     
  4. kj 47

    kj 47 New Member 5+ Year Member

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    O and ill try putting some gas in it ive been running her pretty low lately.
     


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