Question about 1993 Honda Accord
Ok so i have a 93 accord actually with a motor out of a 91 accord and when the car is first started up the rpm guage will go up to about 3,000 then down to 0 back up then down up then down untill car is warmed up just need to find a resoloution to this never happened on my old motor had in car buyt have had it happen on another accord and seen it on a few other accords as well never could find what was causing it
It sounds like you have air in the cooling system, it doesn't take much air to get one of these engines to do this. Most people just fill these cars up with coolant and cap them off and that's what happens. The easiest way I found to remedy this is take the cap off the radiator when the car is cooled down, top the antifreeze up and put a drain pan under the radiator, because some will spill over, Then start the car and let it idle. You will probably notice it start to produce significant bubbles, just keep topping it off as the bubbles work there way out. Once the cooling fans come on the level will start dropping again. Slowly top off the radiator as the level drops and once the fans stop pop the radiator cap on and it should be fully bled out. I hope this helps.
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