Question about 1994 Honda Prelude
Clean the throttle body thoroughly with carb cleaner - and unbolt the air flow unit and do same to that (gauze gets clogged -unit is bolted to front of throttle body with two bolts & a couple of small water hoses to it as well as wires). Just possible that air flow sensor is getting damp & is the final push to it thinking that engine is still cold, which enriches the petrol mixture (chokes), hence stalling attitude. Lights could be the Oxygen sensor (or others) reading appalling exhaust mixtures, due to over-rich mixture.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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