Question about 1994 Honda Accord
You need to start using high octane gasoline. Yes the 96 or the 93 not the 89. It costs a little more but it is worth it as it is better for your car and it runs better idling. The brake pads sound "rough" they probably need to be replaced or switched/flipped. This is a cheap and easy task. It may shudder from the fact that it is getting force feedback from the brakes.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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