Question about Honda Accord
The first thing I'd do is replace the O2 sensor just because at this point, it's good maintenance. If the problem appears to continue after that you may want to take it to a shop that can check it on a gas analyzer, check fuel pressure and the fuel pressure regulator. Sometimes the regulator diaphragm breaks and fuel is drawn in through the vacuum light that goes to it.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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