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Old 03 Apr 2007, 07:25 pm
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Default bogging out on highway and hills

My carbed, auto, 88 accord is starting fine but sticking at 2000 rpm
until its warm, then it wants to stall out when in drive. Also when i
am on the highway I must lightly feather the throttle otherwise it
surges and boggs and dies. This also occurs when going up hills in any
gear. otherwise on the flat and under 3rd gear it rips around quite
well.
what is going on?

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Old 04 Apr 2007, 12:24 am
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Default Re: bogging out on highway and hills

ihateicecream wrote:
> My carbed, auto, 88 accord is starting fine but sticking at 2000 rpm
> until its warm, then it wants to stall out when in drive. Also when i
> am on the highway I must lightly feather the throttle otherwise it
> surges and boggs and dies. This also occurs when going up hills in any
> gear. otherwise on the flat and under 3rd gear it rips around quite
> well.
> what is going on?
>

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Have you checked everything under the hood, especially the coolant
reservoir? How long have you had it, what's the mileage?

'Curly'
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Old 04 Apr 2007, 03:22 pm
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Default Re: bogging out on highway and hills

On Wed, 04 Apr 2007 00:25:38 +0000, ihateicecream wrote:

> My carbed, auto, 88 accord is starting fine but sticking at 2000 rpm until
> its warm, then it wants to stall out when in drive. Also when i am on the
> highway I must lightly feather the throttle otherwise it surges and boggs
> and dies. This also occurs when going up hills in any gear. otherwise on
> the flat and under 3rd gear it rips around quite well.
> what is going on?



Had a Toy truck doing this a few years ago and a 240SX. too.

When did you last replace the fuel filters? (Don't forget the one behind
the tire!)
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Old 05 Apr 2007, 01:05 pm
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Default Re: bogging out on highway and hills

On Wed, 04 Apr 2007 00:25:38 GMT, ihateicecream <none@000.com> wrote:

>My carbed, auto, 88 accord is starting fine but sticking at 2000 rpm
>until its warm, then it wants to stall out when in drive. Also when i
>am on the highway I must lightly feather the throttle otherwise it
>surges and boggs and dies. This also occurs when going up hills in any
>gear. otherwise on the flat and under 3rd gear it rips around quite
>well.
>what is going on?


Carbs, y'know, not to mention distributors. I had the 87, it still
had a distributor, didn't it? I forget. I dumped the 87 about eight
years ago, it showed signs of everything going blooie, around 130k
miles. I hope you keep this old one as a hobby.

J.

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