Question about Honda Accord
Sounds like misfiring cylinders. Take the vehicle to a shop or auto parts store. They will connect an OBD II Code Reader to your vehicle and tell you what code comes up in your car's computer for the reason your check engine light has gone on. It could be something as simple as bad sparkplugs and the need for a tuneup.
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