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Referring to the picture from #2) STOP THROTTLE SCREW SCREW
Simply take off the air cleaner unit and adjust the the idle speed according by tightening/loosening the screw with a flat head screwdriver to your preferred idle level. Tightening the screw widens the gap and increases the idle speed...loosening it shortens the throttle and decreases the idle speed.
I would suggest not to mess with the fast idle screw because i think that's an important feature of a carbuerated car to idle high at first in the cold...Its the best indication of knowing when your engine is warmed up because when you tap the gas pedal the car idles back to normal. Now if you set the car idle to 1500 or so...you might prematurely think your car engine is warm...and that's not good on the carb or the cold engine. Plus you want the right amount of fuel/air mixture. Too rich/too lean and your losing gas mileage.
can someone help me i need to know how to set the timer on a 1993 Honda accord
Timing is set by the ECU.
No. they are different. 1988-1989 are the same based on transmission and if u have a/c or not. 1990-1993 are the same, again, depending on trans and a/c. If u need a set let me know and I will get u a price on a set. Need to know if u have a manual, a/c yes or no. Matt
how do you adjust the timing on a 1988 honda xr200
The Honda Accord 4-cylinders are electronically limited to 7,000rpms and the governor is set for 120mph. On the V6 Accords, the electronic limiter is 7,000 and the governor is 140mph.
Not really possible. There is an idle speed control on most 1988 v6 machines. If you are experiencing high idle, it may be a broken ISC. The idle speed is controlled by computer. http://www.marksatterfield.com
push and hold
There is no such thing as a V4 Honda Accord. The 2004 Inline 4 cylinder Honda Accord has a timing chain and it is not an item that you replace at a set interval. Normally it will last the life of the engine. The V6 has a Cam Belt that must be replaced every 110,000 miles.
A thermostat is used to keep the engine set at a specific temperature. A Honda Accord can run without one in specific environments where the weather is normally hot.
The 1988 pajero is set to idle fast at start up until the engine has warmed up. Then the idle should drop within 800 RPM range.
To set the appropriate code on a radio in a 2003 Honda Accord go to a dealership. Each code is made individually for every car and will need to be reprogramed by a service tech.
by the set screw on throttle cable
The spark plug gap on a 1997 Honda Accord that has a 4 cylinder engine should be set at .044 inches. All 1997 Honda Engines have a spark plug gap of .044 inches.
Honda never put a 2.2 liter motor in any of it's cars in 1986.
You set fireworks to the head of your car and then glue the new lightbulb to the remains!
I recently broke the passenger siide mirror n my 2001 Honda accord. I now want to replace both mirrors. Is there a plan or set of instructions which I can get?
The oil pressure sensor on a 92 Honda Accord is replaced by disconnecting the wiring harness and unscrewing it using a wrench or socket set. The replacement sensor is then put into place and torqued back to specs.
This is controlled by the computer. You can set the throttle opening to prevent wedging and sticking but this should not change the idle speed.
Idle is set by the computer.
I am also trying to figure out how to loosen the tension on the timing belt to be able to get it back on after taking it off. It is already set in timing but it is way too tight to be able to get it on the top sprocket. Need answers ASAP 1991 Honda Accord.
I just changed a timing belt in a buddys 1990 accord and you need to set the marks on the pulleys to same direction as your crank pulley mark is.
Idle is automatically set by the computer with the use of an idle motor.
There are several ways but one of whic is to turn the distributor clockwise or counterclockwise to get the desired idle. Too low however will stall your car.
Your idel speed my be set too low.
On the bottom or side of the carburetors there's a small steel or plastic knob that adjusts the idle. If you have big hands it could be rather hard to reach.