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Re: honda accord 1991 model
Sounds like it's burning oil-how many miles on the engine? If it is burning oil, the plugs will not last too long before they have to be replaced or cleaned, due to deposits left on them by the oil. How often do you have to add oil (how many miles do you drive before you have to add a quart?) It probably needs an engine overhaul. Countrycurt0
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If it is a constant smoke and or alot, your head gasket is blown. stop driving it if you want to save this engine. also engines with really high miles don't like head jobs, remanned heads can blow out the rings on the pistons and that leads to an engine rebuild. If your car has really high miles , you would be better off replacing the engine
This is either worn valve stem seals or worn out oil rings. Have someone follow you if the car smokes more as you release the throttle on deceleration it is most likely valve stem seal if it smokes more on acceleration it is worn oil piston rings. If the smoke is white you have a blown head gasket blue smoke means burning oil, black smoke means too rich (to much gas reaching motor)
You have gone past the operating parameters of the computer sensors that measure air flow and manifold pressures There are many websites that deal with honda mods like yours, and likely you will find a cure there. I know there is a map sensor modification that can be made on Jeeps with the same items you have added, likely yours can be done as well. Try google and just type in honda forums and see what comes up.
On the firewall underneath the vacuum control box. Thats just to the left of the throttle body, behind the black air intake hose.
The website below shows how to find and change the fuel filter on a 93 Honda Accord:
sounds like a bad battery or the battery cables are corroded where they hook up to the battery or loose. if it cranks for a couple seconds slow than clicks quickly there isnt enough voltage getting to the starter. not all new parts are good.