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1996 honda accord will not go over 3500 rpm - 1992 Honda Accord

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Check for codes with a scanner or by bridging the diagnostics port found under the glove compartment. If it getting code 4 its surely the distributor. Honda go into fail safe at 3500 when the crank sensor goes bad Inside the distributor or monitor / ignition module. It\'s a one piece unit. Entire distributor needs replaced it dons\'t get sod separately. If your getting no codes don\'t be fooled its still the distributor. But check the cars side of the engine harness and plugs at Distribtor. Some years not sure 97 96 started having the crank sensor behind the timing belt bolted to the oil **** housing outer face. Its 2 sensors 180 deg from each other reading off of the lower crank timing pulley. Guaranteed problem solver. Check wires for breaks corrosion and if still no go it\'d be a bad ecm.

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SOURCE: 1995 Honda Accord V6 Engine Stalls at Approx. 3500 RPM

Yes it could, as this creates a vacuum leak.

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

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SOURCE: honda accord lx 1996 6 transmission dipstick

For the V-6 model, the dipstick is located down low on the transaxle, on the drivers side of the car, if it is low, usually 1 pint of of fluid is needed to raise from low notch to high notch. also if it appears to be dark or burnt, smells burnt, you should replace the tranaxle fluid. Good Luck!

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SOURCE: accord 1996 when driving at 80 mph rpm's are up to

at 80 mph that will be average for a honda such as yours

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SOURCE: 1986 HONDA ACCORD IDLES TOO HIGH 3000-3500 RPM

It may be caused by a vacuum leak, make sure to check all your hose for cracks and/or hoses that may have popped off

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SOURCE: I have a 1996 Honda accord lx 5 speed. When I let

  • Dirty air filter or bird nest in the air intake
  • Broken vacuum hose or fitting
  • Worn plugs or bad wires (will run rough; exhaust may smell dirty or have raw gas odor).
  • Clogged fuel injector or fuel filter; failing fuel pump (will also run poorly at high power demand)
  • Bad throttle position sensor or dirty throttle body - inspect any idle air bypass channels.
  • Bad or misadjusted idle air solenoid (I'm not sure if it's used on this model; you'll have to check to see what engine you have.)

These are the first places to look. If the Check Engine light is on, getting a diagnostic readout may save some time in your search for the problem.

Posted on Nov 18, 2010

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