Question about 1999 Honda Accord
94,000 miles. I drive a stick shift (manuel). I am driving along and the car stops running. No unual noises and it dosen't stall. The radio and AC and all the lights still work fine. Temp is normal. I pull over and turn the key. It starts and then just dies. I repeat again with the same result. If I give it some gas while starting it stays running just fine.
Clean the EGR, carbon deposit builds up over time
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
Believe it or not, Honda actually made a piece of sh*t car, its a mass ignition recall mine has been turning off on me since the
the day after i bought it brand new, at the time they did'nt know what was wrong with it. After the waranty was up I called honda to complain and tell them it had turned off on me on the freeway and I hit the center divider and the lady at Honda in a very annoyed voice told me she would need a police report and i would need to some how prove it. In the end Honda chaged it for free and as of today as of 10 minutes ago it still has the same problem sitting in my driveway. good luck!
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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