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How do i stop gas pedal from sticking on my honda accord?

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Sounds like the accelerator cable has worn out [fraed]
replcae it!
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SOURCE: 1992 Honda Accord slowly accelerates

Sounds like a bad timing belt. timing belt may need to be replaced,or igniting timing may be off. here is a digram if you need help with timing .http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/tec_info/1992/honda/accord/1992_honda_accord_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA.

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actually my dad had the same problem with the gas pedal sticking on his low milage 1999 Buick LeSabre. As a result of this problem, he was involved in a wreck and the car was totaled. We have been told by his mechanic that this is a problem with that year of LaSabre.

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My son's car is a Honda Accord 91 and he said that when he drives it as of late the car changes gears to high or low. Sometimes it drives well then the gears shift to slow. What problem can this be??


this is one of the first "fuzzy logic" boxes fitted by honda,
the gearchange pattern will change dependant on the driving style of the driver.
first check the trans level.then without touching the gas put car in gear and let it run to max speed(about 30/35mph).stop.
then put 1/3rd gas pedal down (keep it still)and let car go to max speed,stop.then floor the gas to a safe top speed for the test road...then stop.you have just reset the change mode.
if you drive the car with only 1/3rd gas the car will change lowdown the rev range(boring) and save you a fortune in gas...
if son drives different to you the car will know who is driving and change accordingly(takes about 30 miles to react)
it is NOT in any handbook.

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I have a 1994 Honda Accord 4 door v6. I have rough idle when in drive and smooth idle when in neutral. Also rough take offs from a stop or slow speeds. If I pump the gas pedal a few time the rough take...


  • does the engine miss? bumps is a rythmic pattern?
  • an engine miss will appear to diminish at higher rpm due to centrifical force.
  • other possible problem broken or flat motor mount.
  • is the idle rough in reverse?
  • if not
  • open hood
  • start engine
  • Left foot on brake (hard)
  • start engine
  • watch engine as you select drive
  • still holding brake with left foot / throttle gas with right foot
  • does engine dramatically move?
  • if so replace motor mount on offending side
  • if not possible engine miss or transmission problems

Jul 10, 2010 | 1994 Honda Accord

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check for broken or disconnected vacuum hose/line
also check for the fast idle sped control valve for defect

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Involuntary accelleration in my 96 honda accord 2.2L


Oxygen sensor might be going bad hondas tend to have two of them an upper and lower. The throttle sensor and or cable might be on the fritz too. The ECU tries to adjust everything based on driving patterns and it can do some strange things if other people drive it besides yourself you might want to reset it on hondas I believe you turn the key to acc hold the brake in for 5 to 10 seconds turn it to off then start it it not 100% on that memory is a bit off since I havent owned a honda in about 4 years. The gas pedal might also be sticking a little bit make sure its free and clear and presses in and out smoothly when stopped and parked of course.

Jan 11, 2010 | 1996 Honda Accord

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89 Accord LXI Idle problems


It's fuel infected and it has a vacuum leak, most likely a PCV valve that is stuck open, I've seen a few now. Replace the PCV valve 1st, if that doesn't fix it, start looking for a hose that has come off.

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It happened to me 2 weeks ago, check your brake pedal. there is what we call a pedal stopper (rubber) that pushes the stop light switch everytime you release the brake pedal, and that makes the brake lights shut off. your pedal stopper may be destroyed already. (it looks like a push pin)

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