Question about 1994 Honda Accord
It could be many things my suggestion is if check engine light comes on retrieve the code from ecu either buy following instructions in troubleshooting section of repair manual ex:haynes or chiltons or purchasing OBDI scanner from local parts store then moving on from there
first your mechanical timing is it on the money? using timing light and repair manual to check
second faulty crankcase or cam shaft positioning sensor
timing belt needs replacement
bad grounding system
weak voltage system ex:battery
faulty ecu ignition circuit or ecu malfunction
faulty map sensor
faulty ignition spark are you getting it correctly? or enough of it ether is lighter and far more volatile then fuel
faulty evap system ex: purge valve or charcoal cannister, EGR system
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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