In your car is a little device called the Main Relay that causes BIG problems. The Main Relay is generally bolted to the left side of your car in the passenger compartment, right about at the height of your left knee. It has three functions: 1. When you turn the key to "on" it powers up the fuel pump for three seconds, then turns it off. It also powers up the PGM-FI control unit. 2. When you turn the key to "start" it turns the fuel pump back on during the cranking process. 3. When you release the key (turning it back to "on," in effect) it leaves the fuel pump on because you need gas flowing to the engine to keep it running. What's happening to you is that, when you release the key, it's turning the fuel pump back off. The Main Relay handles a lot of current, it gets hot and there's no cooling air going to it, so the solder joints crack. Find this thing--Google "picture of Honda main relay" to see what you're looking for--remove it, resolder all the joints and put it back in. It's free and it usually works. your ignition switch, you can crank the car and hold it in a particular position and it stays running but when u release that halfway position to its regular position it cuts off. You need to get another ignition switch
maybe needs gas filter
Dirty fuel filter or air filter.
bent wheels or a broken cord in a tire or a deformity in a tire.
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.
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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.
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 Honda Accord station wagon automatic transmission not to shift down. The most common cause is low transmission fluid.
Fuel pump failure is the most likely cause but it can be other things. Check to see if the fuel pump is running. Can be a blown fuel pump fuse or bad fuel pump relay. But on a 19 year old car the pump very well may be defective.