Crankshaft position sensor has failed.... it works fine when cold but as soon as the engine and wiring warms up... it fails to signal properly and kills the motor.... 16-40 bucks at the parts store
The most common cause would be lack of fuel. But without having more information that is just a guess.
The engine in your Accord is an interference engine. For that reason alone, it is critical the belt be replaced correctly. Do it wrong and there will be severe engine damage as soon as you start the engine. Therefore, I recommend you have the belt replaced by a professional. This is not a job for a novice.
you need to scan the car to find out what is wrong. if you have a auto zone near you they will scan it for you.
meaning something's wrong with your engine, go to your car shop and have it diagnosed.
I can, and so can anyone else who has a relatively new engine diagnostic code scanner. However, if the problem is not resolved, the light will return as soon as you start the engine
The service engine soon light is illuminated by a signal from the computer to indicate a sensor(s) has detected something wrong. While you are driving around, stop by AutoZone or a similar auto parts store that offers free computer scanning to retrieve the trouble code(s) to see what went wrong.
The fumes are the burnt exhaust gasses.
The Service Vehicle Soon indicator is usually a light bulb, headlight, or something to do with the vehicle. The Service Engine Soon indicator is anything that could be wrong with the Engine. Some computers can read codes for either, but some computers can only read codes for the Service Engine indicator.
it could be weak spark plugs.
That is normal but, when you start the engine the light should go out.
not very long at all because the cylinders will start rusting soon