Check the 1989 Honda Accords timing. If the engine has jumped time then the engine will buck and sputter.
If you accelerate, your velocity isn't constant.
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Could be a plugged fuel filter.
youre driving a ford!
You Probley have a blowed head gasket.
Oil sputter is going to be a normal thing if the oil cap is not on while the engine is running. The engine should never be run with the oil cap open. The engine actually has less compression when the oil cap is open, and this could hurt the engine.
accelerate above the speed limit
005 gap is pretty minimal. While the engine may not run perfect and fuel economy may be affected, it is not enof of a difference to cause sputter and misfire. A .005 gap difference in what we need to know.
Gasoline pedal/air intake pedal
bad oxygen sensor bad map sensor
it shouldn't stop blowing, but the compressor will shut off momentarily while you accelerate to get slightly more horsepower than it would with the compressor running
slow down before entering and then accelerate while going around
It may hesitate, start poorly, or idle rough. You may also have problems when you give the car a lot of throttle while driving as the car will not get enough fuel to accelerate. The car may shake and sputter. You are better off changing the filter every 30K miles and avoiding having to worry about it.
mine does. and from research it seems to have happened to a good amount of people who have had the car for a while
It might be your catalytic converter.
You accelerate at 9.8 meters per second squared.
Bad ignition wires
Gravity is unopposed while an object is falling.
If there is no counter-force (usually friction), the object will accelerate.
One reason a 1995 Honda Civic might sputter and cough while accelerating during normal driving is because of a bad coil. Another reason could be a bad fuel pump or fuel filter. Still another reason could be a bad oxygen sensor.
YOUR car will Immediately sputter and backfire, followed by a complete stall. Your timing belt (or chain), is directly synchronized with the cam shaft.(crank shaft turns cam shaft, via belt or chain)...Tom
check the cv joints
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