Dirty fuel filter or air filter.
bent wheels or a broken cord in a tire or a deformity in a tire.
A small hole in the fuse line would cause a gas leak on a 1994 Honda Accord LX. In addition, a hole in the actual fuel tank would cause a leak.
There are several things that can cause your 1989 Honda Accord to stall on acceleration. The most common cause is a plugged or dirty air filter.
Remove the muffler
The primary cause for the drive light to flash on a Honda Accord is a malfunction in the transmission. Error codes from the vehicle's computer can be read using an OBDII reader.
Probably an issue with the parking brake switch.
The speedometer on a 1996 Honda Accord EX is the pulse variety. It is likely that the teeth on the speedometer gear are not meshing properly.
A bad tire can cause your 2002 Honda Civic to jerk while driving. A bad ball joint can also cause this issue.
1988 accord will not go into 5 gear
yes but why?.......
the distributor does not work, you can either try cleaning it or replace it.
The lightbulb for the clock is blown.
A leaking manifold seal on the intake will cause a popping noise on the 1996 Honda Accord. This can heard most clearly on days when the weather is cold because the seals tend to shrink.
yes, as long as the 1992 accord is also an automatic
Computer has detected a problem with the transmission.
Bulb is blown or has been removed.
The primary cause of a 1994 Honda Accord to stall when the gas is low is water or contaminants in the gas tank. When the gas level is low, the fuel pickup will pull contaminants that would otherwise be floating well away from the inlet.
If the Honda Accord makes a groaning noise when reversing the can be caused by bad hub bearings. Hub bearings are what allow the car's wheels to spin, if gone bad they can cause wheels to come fully off the vehicle.
Blown fuse or bad wiper motor.
Next step would be to check the fuses
Are you planning to convert your Accord to RWD? The S2000 has a longitudinal motor. The Accord has a transverse motor. It would not be easy.
Change the wires, rotor and cap.
Dead battery, defective starter or ignition switch. Loose connection.
Maybe bad CV joints?