Question about 1999 Honda Accord
That is a difficult question to answer. The injectors are controlled by an electronic engine control. By various sensors the EEC determines the correct amount of fuel needed by the engine. A cold engine will require a richer mixture than a hot engine. etc. Since the Honda uses direct fuel injection, you never see them in operation like you can by looking down the throat of a carburetor. I hope that helps, but I guess I would have to say I don't know exactly.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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