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Old 05-04-2019, 07:47 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by hayden55 View Post
Odd thought as my googling was unsuccessful. With a lot of real world experience with friends running Hondas basically tractoring down the road with one dead cylinder, two dead cylinders, and one time an amazing three cylinders down. What would killing one cylinder do? I assume if you killed the injector to keep the fuel from pumping instead of just killing the spark like what typically happens... Could you three cylinder it and get better mileage?
DIYactivecylindermanagement?
Should be simple enough for you to pull the wire off an injector and run it. If the CEL freaks you out stuff a resistor in the connector.
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