Originally Posted by LATECH
Those hondas have been known to have valves that stretch or cup at the head of the valve. When they do...all the clearance dissapears, and I have seen them stretch to the point they hold a valve open and cause them to burn . If a valve is not fully closing , which is what I was reffering to, then the compression will be lower on the offending cylinder.
That would cause a power loss/velocity change on that cylinder, setting the premise for the missfire counter to set a code.
I'd bet money thats the problem. The engine has well over 200K.
It runs pretty good for having such low compression on TWO cylinders.
Maybe thats because it weighs as much as one of my wheels on my silverado.
Thanks for the insight.