My 1997 accord idle after a complete and include plugs, all the belts. What could really be the problem
I'm guessing that after you installed new parts the engine won't idel correctly? While putting in the plugs you might have juggled the pug wires and have them connected in the wrong order if you id them one at a time this would make that more unlikly. Sometimes you get bad spark plugs ( the cheaper brands) and then you could drop them and close the gap or try to set the gap ( most modern spark plugs can't be set to a different gap without breakng the plug). The pug socket can fit poorly and shift and break the plug the resulting crark in the glas part of the plug will make fire poorly and missfire.,, Remove onr pug wire at a time with someone keeping the car running for you and remove the wires one at a time to see if the cyclinder is running. If you find two not running you might switch these two wires and see if that fixes it. if yu just find one the take that plug out and see whats happened as even a good mechainic can break a plug once in a while and you can buy bad ones too. while working on the car you might have knocked off a vacume hose off or just flexed one enough to split it. You might get someone to keep the car running as slow as possible and listen for leaking electril noise and vacume leaks.
May 06, 2011 |
1997 Honda Accord