Question about 1994 Honda Accord
I have a 94 honda accord that loses power during acceleration, my mechanic has found that the engine has lost vacuum. What could cause engine to loose vacuum.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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i think this is a common issue with Honda and the accord models. unless you are getting any engine warning or seeing problems or losing power I would not worry and ask Honda to reset processor at next service.
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Would really need more details on the vehicle. Petrol / diesel etc
Is the engine management light on? Are there any fault codes?
Power lose while driving is most likely to be caused by the mass air flow meter, leak at a vacuum or intake hose, turbo leak etc.
More details please........
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