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Engine light indcator flashes,speedometer stop

We have a 1995 HONDA ACCORD Exi,when it runs to 10kilometers, engine indicator flashes on and when changing gear to D4 it could hardly run for its exact speed(poor acceleration}

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Check your throtlle positioning censor

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