Question about 1998 Honda Accord
When I push the gas it seems as if it isn't getting much fuel. It sputters pretty bad. I reaplaced the spark plugs and wires, but not fixed. I am unsure of what it could be? I was told that it could be water in the fuel, so I ran all the gas out and replaced it with new gas....it's still doing the same. Can anyone help me out with this?
Thanks alot for any replies...
It's most likely your fuel filter. Your check engine light should be on and a code might direct you toward your fuel injectors. They should be setting off a code because they are starving for fuel. If your check engine light is not on it probably will be soon. The only other thing I can think of would be your fuel pump, fuel pressure regulator or a cracked/rusted fuel line. Hope this helps!!!
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