Question about 1993 Honda Accord
Mine is an automatic--not standard. Are you certain that it's not Honda's weak motor mounts? It's a weakness with these Hondas--one not in any manner remedied by today's cheapo PRC parts, either. (Same defective design: The problem will recur later--given your Honda isn't put out of its misery beforehand.) I've had them replaced once already: They've gone bad again...Expensive dealer repair: $1,000+-range, many years ago.. It's a common problem/curse afflicting these Accords. .
Given it is the mounts, proceed in DIY repair with great caution. As I understand it, one may lift the front end onto jack stands, then, wedging the rear wheels, of course. Then, one may carefully lift the oil pan/motor further with a bottle jack, etc.--protecting the pan with a block of wood, etc. Then, one may replace the mounts which allow for replacement--not all do.
Check carefully first with Chilton's or Hayne's manuals (I forget in which I found this long ago--glean perhaps from both) before even considering this, though. In any case, I'm pretty dead certain that it's far more difficult than depicted. This info here is just from the top of my head. Do exhaustive online research online, also--any good tips would prove very helpful and welcome, too.
Please relate back here if you attempt motor mount replacement: I'm a big-time coward--in need of excessive reinforcement!
Posted on Apr 21, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Engine vibration is the cause of this issue, it is the biggest complaint from many owners, changing the engine mounts will help, as mounts age the rubber gets hard and they don't absorb vibration like they should, new mounts help issue, but it will no stop it altogether. A faulty MAF will not cause vibration, just a hesitation on acceleration at times
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
use a eyeglass flat screww driver to pry the clock assembly up and out , disconnect the clock assembly and remove the bulb by twisting the the blue or sometimes grey round plastic bulb bottom to remove it from the assembly. install new bulb , twist clockwise to lock in place , reinstall assembly
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
My 2003 honda accord was doing this too. The problem is the inner CV axle bearings. The fix is to replace both CV axles. When you choose your CV axle choose a new one not a reman, there are known problems with used CV axles. It's not a hard job. It took me 1hr to do both sides on a lift.
Posted on Apr 21, 2013
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