Went and drove the car. It does not pull to the left. The street he lives on is all fucked up and it is angled, therefore the car pulls to the left a little. If you were driving the opposite way, it'd pull to the right. Did the starter solenoid, and she told me she doesn't have the cash to get the A/C fixed on the Durango for now. Yesterday or the day before I did rear struts on a '00 Escort 5spd, as well as rear brake lines. Thought I was gonna end up putting wheel cylinders in it too since they were pretty rusty, but I got the bleeders loose without them breaking. Torch for the win. Can not figure out the problem with my cousin's car (the Civic with the LSVTEC in it). The motor ran good when it was pulled out of the Integra. It's getting fuel and fuel pressure, getting spark... but it runs like shit, somewhat intermittently. Sometimes it will run good above 3000rpm, sometimes it won't. Sometimes it idles, sometimes it doesn't... sometimes it idles real shaky like it wants to die. It feels like a misfire, if anybody has driven a car with the timing off, that is honestly what it feels like to the T. But, we checked the timing and it is dead on. Tried a new ECU, an external fuel pump, new plugs, tried a new TPS, MAP sensor, checked all the vacuum lines. I originally thought it was the TPS because it felt like a faulty TPS by the way the car would buck and not respond well to giving it gas, but it isn't throwing any codes. Went to try another distributor but didn't have a B-series VTEC one laying around, so we're gonna try that today. Honda puts the ignition coil and the ICM in the distributor, so if one of those is bad, replacing the distributor will fix it. It may be a bad ignition coil... but if not, the only thing that would really be left is the wiring. I'm thinking "ehhh" about the coil too though, since it is getting perfect spark. But there's a few laying around in the garage, so it won't hurt to try I suppose. Also haven't done a compression check, but the motor ran great in the Integra so I doubt it is that, but can't hurt to check now that we've done this much diagnosis to it. If all that checks out, we'll have to throw a spare harness on it. Could try to find the problem with the harness, but by the time we disconnect it and check all the wires we could have a new one in. Hooked the Snap-On scanner up to it and looked at the live data... nothing out of the ordinary. Anybody have any ideas? Intermittent problems are a bitch to diagnose.