Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
If the car was ok before the clutch was replaced, it should still be ok unless the guy fitting it was careless and broke something. I suggest you take it back and complain bitterly.
It has become normal practice in the average fast-fit type establishment, to use junior or semi-skilled staff for "routine" jobs and modern challenging economics usually mean staff is insufficiently supervised and quality controlled and a lot less road testing is done these days...
Posted on Mar 09, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: High RPM when starting
Possible vacuum leak on one of the hoses, use a can of carb cleaner and spray the hoses and around the intake to locate a possible leak, the engine will rev up if you hit one.
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
SOURCE: Truck idles rough but at
Give it a complete tune-up, New spark plug and wire.new Ignition coil. Depending on the engine either replace ,Cap and rotors or coil packs.Also might want to get the fuel injectors service
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
SOURCE: high revs
being a fuel injected engine , there are many reasons this could be happening.
from the top , lets check the Manifold Absolute Pressure (M.A.P.) sensor , as it is easiest.
Find the MAP sensor , it has a couple a wires and a vacuum tube going to it and is on the firewall or fender support under the bonnet.
Disconnect the wire harness from it (small plug with wires).
If the engines RPMs drop to normal , replace the MAP sensor.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
Crank sensor or engine speed sensor is faulty.
Irregular power loss on accelerating
The speed of the engine is limited till 2500rpm
Frequent loss of crankshaft position sensor signal
It is caused due to leaking from thermostat housing into crankshaft position sensor harness multi-plug
Check and clean the crankshaft position sensor harness multi-plug contacts. Rectify the engine coolant leak from the thermostat housing if found. Take a note of the engine coolant level and monitor it for changes, showing a leak is indeed occurring.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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