couple of possible solutions:
1. replace the clutch 2. compression test your cylinders. if poor compression at 172k. sorry. 3. run some fuelsystem cleaner. 4. replace your spark plugs, and wires. if your spark is not strong enough the fuel will not burn fully causing power loss. also replace distributor cap and rotor of applicable. 5. run some premium grade gassoline for 5 or 6 tanks. especially if you have used regular the whole time. if you have you will have some nasty deposits on your valves and build up in your fuel delivery system. premium fuel burns hotter and slower, this will allow it to burn off deposits. the slower burn gives you better gas mileage as well. 6. make sure you have a clean air filter. if your engine cannot breath it gets backed up and robbs power. 7. if nescessary, replace your catalytic converter. this is for the same reason as 6. only at the opposite end. cats can get restricted and or clogged.
I would start with a tune up... Spark Plugs, Wires, And an Air filter. If that doesn"t work start with the easiest to replace and cheapest until you get to what the real problem is
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It is expensive to repair body damage on any vehicle not just the Honda Accord. Reason being is that the parts & paint are expensive and it is a very labor-intensive procedure. The Honda Accord is no more expensive to repair than any other modern vehicle.
By having a professional repair the problem that has turned the light on. They will reset the light after the repair. This is not a DIY repair.
Random/multiple misfire detected.
$2100 - $2400
buy a new one
some body know how fixed
Repair the problem and it will reset.
To professionally repair a bumper on a 2003 Honda Accord it will cost you anywhere from $200.00 to $600.00. However, doing it yourself can definitely save some money.
it is the reverse clutch in the transmission.around 1000 to 1800 to repair it.
$2000 per airbag
take it to a repair shop
By having a professional repair the problem with the SRS (air bags) that has triggered the light. Not a DIY repair.
This is a complicated repair that requires you to also replace the water pump. Do this repair incorrectly and the engine will be severely damaged when you start it. Have this repair performed by a professional.
Depends on why it is leaking.
They don't and this is very uncommon. If yours does it has a leak. Find and repair.
Engine diagrams for a 1994 Honda Accord are available through automotive parts stores. Honda Accord service repair manuals also carry all the necessary diagrams.
new one probably, CRAIGSLIST.COM is the way to go.
Replace the radiator. It is plastic and cannot be repaired.
$1 000 000 Dollars
Depends on what is wrong with it.
I would try a clock repair shop.
I got a quote for a 91 Honda accord from the authorized dealer in flagstaff AZ at around $500.00. Seems high to me. This does not include the price of the part. ( about $215) and the alignment. (about $90 ) Maybe car is not worth 800. repair.
That would take a book and months of training to answer. Take it to a professional. You have neither the training or skill to do this repair. This is most definitely NOT a DIY repair.