Question about 1992 Honda Accord
Black smoke could be burning oil. You can smell if that's it. When you add oil, use one of those free paper cones to prevent spilling on the engine. If you're lucky, that's all it is.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
Toddthechef, the following possibilities:
1. your honda is on fire, call 911
2. does your honda use a lot of oil? How many miles can you drive before you have to add a quart? If it is using a lot of oil, time for a rebuild or swap (engine).
3. your honda could be running way too rich (too much gas) My '92 is fuel injected, sensors tell the ECU (electronic control unit) what the operating conditions are, the ECU determines the correct amount of fuel to the engine. You probably have a bad sensor.countrycurt0
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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