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Was driving then started sputtering and bogging. that lasted a minute or two. then i gave it gas and got it running smooth again. then immediately the heat started getting cold. feels like air***a/c**/c is on now. when i got home i smelled antifreeze burning. also see antifreeze on the engine. looks like it leaked or sprayed out from somewhere. also previously had the engine light on, and found out it was for the egr valve
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
-after you change the part you have to reset/clear the code
-this can be done by either:
(1) using the OBD2 code reader that Autozone used OR since option 2 (below) is very quick
(2) disconnecting the battery for about 30 seconds (this will delete all codes/radio presets/etc) but it will also clear the 'check engine' code
-this is what I do AFTER i write down my radio station presets :)
-hopefully the new EGR valve resolves your issue after you CLEAR the code
...but that code just means a an insufficient amount of Exhaust Gas recirculation (pressure difference) used to keep the emissions in check
-if it comes back, then there are a few other fixes to try also
-let me know if you need further assistance
-please remember to rate me `fix-ya`if it works
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
SOURCE: stalling honda accord
hi..try to check your radiator,should be anti freeze coolant,and also check your engine oil try to buy oil suitable for cold environment...one thing more try to ask what kind of gas can go with cold weathers..
hope my ideas can help..
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: accelaration loss of power
I'd have a fuel pressure test done to be sure, it isn't fuel related again. Takes 5 or 10 minutes so cost should be minimal. The other thing that comes to mind is a plugged exhaust. (catalytic converter) Quite possible on a 10yr.old vehicle.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
Could be a EGR vacuum issue or temp sensor issue
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Posted on Jan 31, 2011
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