Question about 2002 Honda Accord
It sounds like you may have a vacum leak or your fuel injectors need to be replaced. Im assuming that at 104k miles this the injectors and possibly the plugs could be OEM.
the best way to tackle this is to go to a local major parts dealer like autozone or oriellys and have them check your OBD II for error codes. Then go from there. You'll probably get a code telling you that a particualr cylinder isnt firing consistanly or something along those line.
my suggestion, if youve never replaced the plugs, wires, and fuel injectors, do that, change the oil, and i bet you would have fixed the problem
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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