Question about 1995 Honda Accord
It sounds like you may have gotten a little water in your gas. Or sometimes if you run an older model car out of gas or real darn close to empty you can get dirt and debris that lies on the bottom of your gas tank sucked into your injectors. I would first try buying a high quality fuel treatment from the auto parts store and adding it to the gas tank during your next fill up. Also check and see if it's time to replace the spark plugs and plug wires.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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