Question about 2001 Honda Accord
I am sorry you are having this problem. I will give you some things to look for to solve this problem. First thing that comes to my mind is what grade of gas are you using, make sure you are using at least 87 octane. Your ignition timing or timing belt could be a problem. Add some fuel injection additive to your gas at fill up in case you are having clogged fuel injection problems. You may need a tune up because of improper or damaged spark plugs or wires. It could be a worn or damaged distributor part, a vacuum leak or faulty emission system. Hope this helps you track down the problem.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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