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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That is caused from your valve seals. These seals slide over the valve stem and keep oil from getting into the cylinder. The reason that it stops after it warms is because these seals are rubber and when they heat up they are soft again as they are from the factory. When they are cold and have a lot of age on them they become brittle and hard. That is usually not to expensive of a job to do. Just depends what part of the US you live in. My daughter had a 93 Accord and I bought the seals for 35.00 and replaced the my self but I have been working on vehicles for 30 years. That job requires special tools. Hope this helped.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
You have gone past the operating parameters of the computer sensors that measure air flow and manifold pressures There are many websites that deal with honda mods like yours, and likely you will find a cure there. I know there is a map sensor modification that can be made on Jeeps with the same items you have added, likely yours can be done as well. Try google and just type in honda forums and see what comes up.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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