Question about 1994 Honda Accord
My car quit last night. It was like it ran out of gas and ran about two more miles then stopped. When I pressed the accellerator it would acted as if it wasn't getting the gas. It was not out of gas. When I pressed the gas pedal, it would try and cut off, then when I let off, it would run.. Only ran about two more miles after first symptoms. Had been making a noise as if the brakes were going bad for approximately two days, then acted like this (as if the fuel pump had quit but it is not the problem, you can hear it when you turn the switch on) it is not alternator because it is getting power. What could be wrong with it?
The fuel pump will continue to work yet have a hair line crack in the diaphram of the pump(often overlooked. Creating symptoms you have described.
Posted on Apr 10, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The first thing to do is have the system computer checked for trouble codes, then with those codes we can find the problem with a little luck, Kragen and others do this test for free.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
Oil pressure sending unit shuts off fuel pump if there is a problem with the unit (Oil pressure sending unit maybe malfunctioning)
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
SOURCE: Car would start idle really
Fuel pump may not supply enough pressure to run engine, but it could be a pluged fuel filter as well. you should get the code pulled out of the computer this will tell you exactly what is wrong or at least narrow down what is causing the problem. It could also be either bad gas with water in it or bad timing or wrong firing order.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
SOURCE: CIVIC EX 1.7 LITER ENGINE
I don't know about logical, but it sounds expensive. I do
as much as I can for my 05 Accord, but when I can't
handle a problem, I take it to Honda. Not saying their
mechanics are any better than a local service station,
but most problems are repetitive, and Honda only works
on Hondas and have the proper diagnostic equipment.
Posted on Feb 16, 2011
SOURCE: During my traveling 40 miles
Have you replaced the main power relay? It's what causes the 90's Accords to just suddenly shut off and not want to start back for a few. Also, how old is your distributor? It's another problem part on those Accords, that has all these sensors inside that go bad.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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