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My 1993 Honda Accord is hard to start, when it does start, the motor surges to the point it nearly dies. It will surge and then it starts running normal. This worsens when the weather is hot. I have changed the distributor Any thoughts

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It sounds very much like the Engine Management Temp Sensor is dormant.

The EMTS acts as the choke and aids starting, they are quite cheap and easy to replace.

The item is located in the thermostat housing.

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Lloyd

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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