Question about 1994 Honda Accord
Hi, yes, it sounds like you have clogged EGR tubes in the intake. You haven't removed the EGR valve altogether I hope... but the exhaust gas recirculation transfer tubes on these honda 2.2 liter and 2.3 liter engines get clogged commonly. If you look into the engine at the intake manifold runners, there will tiny little round plugs about half way down before the engine. These are casting block off plugs when the intake was manufactured, but they block off the EGR passages. You may want to have a professional shop perform this repair, but you can drill into the plugs and remove with a small slide hammer, then clean out with bottle(small wire round) brushes, or brake clean chemical. You will need to go to a honda dealer and purchase EGR passage steel plugs(maybe 10-20) and when it is all clean, re-install the steel plugs with hammer and punch. should fix that problem! Hope I could help.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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