In hot weather my Honda Accord 2000 starts but idles rough and dies.
My 1986 Honda Accord Dx just started idling rough and dieing at turns and stops it is a carburated 2.0 witha maunal transmission
You could have the firing order messed up.
Depends most common on older models is rough idle and or suspension starting to go.
If the plugs, plug wires, are good then suspect a vacuum leak somewhere.
Use nothing but genuine Honda ATF DW-1. Do not use any fluid that claims to be a substitute or you will have rough shifts.
A rough estimate is any where from about $30.00 for a remanufactured to over $130.00 for a new part.
Could be a burned valve (do a compression test of all cylinders) Could be a timing problem (check the timing)
IACV - Idle Air Control Valve Your car is probably experiencing rough idle.
the spark plug wires
check make sure the firing order is correct.
Maybe a loose wire
Might be imbalance in wheel(s) that hits a resonance frequency just there. Consider having your wheels balanced.
Might want to look at this? http://www.hondacarforum.com/honda-2/11969-does-your-carburated-honda-run-rough-lack-acceleration-smog-nox-trouble-read-fix.html
The average cost of struts for a 1998 Honda Accord 4 cylinder is anywhere from $250 to $350 for four. If the struts are not replaced then the car will not be able to absorb bumps in the road. This will make for a bouncy and rough ride and ultimately this can also lead to irregular tire wear.
I hav had a 1996 LX Honda Accord and a 1997 EX Honda Accord. On both, I had the same problem with with a "rough idle". A friend who works for Honda here in South Florida, tells me that what it needs is an adjustment on the throttle and it has to be someone very familiar with the car,otherwise, it may create additional problems. Furthermore, I find this to be a question that needs to be answer by a Honda especialist. many of us are having problems with the "idle" but every mechanic I have talked to, refuses to give me a straight answer. They want to "clean" this, touch that and after several hundred dollars, you still have the same problem. I have been trying to get the email for Honda executives, to see if they give us a solution to this growing problem.
If you have gas in your oil, then the probablity is very high that your head gasket is blown. I bet your car is running very rough, difficult to maintain idle, and acceleration is poor.
1992 lt1 corvette runs good until it reaches 190 degrees the starts rough idel and backfires/ the car would kinda run rich in its past with black smoke at times
Check your motor mounts.AnswerHow does it drive. If rough, then I would expect a mis-fire. AnswerCheck the timing? AnswerBecause the engine is defective, you should replace it with new one.
Wrong type A/T fluid installed or a internal transmission problem. Have the fluid changed and use nothing but genuine Honda ATF. The use of any other fluid will cause exactly what you are experiencing, rough shifts.
I have a problem. I just bought a used 1995 Kawasaki 220 Bayou. The engine started running a little rough at first. Kept getting worse and then started backfiring through the exhaust. I had the carbeurator rebuilt but still runs rough and backfires. Cranks good and idles good. What could be my problem? Thanks
your plugs may be fouled. pull them and check for carbon buid-up, discoloration, etc. you may be able to clean them and adjust the gap. also, very much sounds like a timing problem. the timing could be off just enough to permit the bike to start but will not accept throttle, idles rough, & small back-fires through the carbs. hope this helps
If your Honda XR75 has the tendency to lunge and run rough at lower RPMs, it can indicate the idle needs adjusted. It can also be caused by a bad fuel filter.
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