What @Defiant said and, if you jettison the power boosting stuff, all you're left with is a ricer. Though swapping the cat back in and leaving it might be worth it, assuming your inspections are every year.
Yeah, something about talc being yet another thing that they found to cause cancer, especially in females. Fun fact for future reference, quite a few manufacturers of foot and body powder(like the Gold Bond that @litz mentioned) still use it.IÂ’ve been to a few grocery store and drug stores over the last few days and could not find any talcum powder. Seems all they use on babies nowadays is cornstarch. I ordered some talcum powder on amazon last night for $7, will arrive in a few days.
South east of the Great Lakes. I'll be in winter denial until December 21 or we get some legit accumulation, whichever happens last.
My wife's old Accord went through 3 of these.Might be your ignition switch, like shown in this video. Not the ignition cylinder (lock) itself, but the plastic switch that is behind it. Like shown here:
Might wanna give that a test and see what happens.
Here is what the switch looks like (#9 on this page):
I have replaced these in honda's before. They do go..