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Old 09 Sep 2003, 04:47 pm
rkamp
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I have posted this problem before,my 2000 accord v6 runs great in the
city,it will tach up to 5000k when I need to pass.Once I get on the highway
and pass someone at or above 70mph the fuel shuts off,but the car ill still
be running.After this happens I can't accelerate past 3500 rpm on the
tach,I get fuel cut off regardless of city or highway driving.Next day all
is normal until I break the 70mph,car runs like crap.So is the fuel
pressure regulator or fuel pump itself, or some sensor? Help anyone, or
I'll bite the bullet and head to the dealer.TIA.
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Old 09 Sep 2003, 06:30 pm
'Curly Q. Links'
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rkamp wrote:
>
> I have posted this problem before,my 2000 accord v6 runs great in the
> city,it will tach up to 5000k when I need to pass.Once I get on the highway
> and pass someone at or above 70mph the fuel shuts off,but the car ill still
> be running.After this happens I can't accelerate past 3500 rpm on the
> tach,I get fuel cut off regardless of city or highway driving.Next day all
> is normal until I break the 70mph,car runs like crap.So is the fuel
> pressure regulator or fuel pump itself, or some sensor? Help anyone, or
> I'll bite the bullet and head to the dealer.TIA.

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rkamp,

You forgot to mention the mileage and service history. My lawnmower
works great until I get into thick grass, because the fuel consumption
goes way up, then the fuel filter plugs up because of rust particles in
the gas tank. Shutting it off and restarting will cure the problem for a
while. If your fuel filter is plugged up, high speed stuff will be
difficult, but low RPM's will function OK. You can change the fuel
filter yourself, just don't do it with a hot engine or with a trouble
lamp laying on the floor beneath the car. Also, replace the crush
washers on the banjo bolts while you're at it.

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Old 11 Sep 2003, 02:30 pm
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In article <Xns93F1B5079AAD6gt3kedyahoocom@130.81.64.196>, rkamp
<gt3ked@yahoo.com> wrote:

> I have posted this problem before,my 2000 accord v6 runs great in the
> city,it will tach up to 5000k when I need to pass.Once I get on the highway
> and pass someone at or above 70mph the fuel shuts off,but the car ill still
> be running.After this happens I can't accelerate past 3500 rpm on the
> tach,I get fuel cut off regardless of city or highway driving.Next day all
> is normal until I break the 70mph,car runs like crap.So is the fuel
> pressure regulator or fuel pump itself, or some sensor? Help anyone, or
> I'll bite the bullet and head to the dealer.TIA.


I wish I had a solution but it could be several different things and I
don't want you to waste money fixing things that might be the true souce
of the problem. I suggest that you take the car to your favorite mechanic
or the nearest Honda Dealership. Have them do a major tune-up and tell
them about your problem. They will hook your car up to a huge computerized
tester that will help the mechanic find the problem. In addition, the tune
up means that some critical parts such as spark plugs will be replaced.
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Old 16 Sep 2003, 01:58 pm
Bob
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Bill, you either work for a Honda dealer or Sears, or your brother
does.

Every piece of advice you give on here involves taking the car to
either Sears, or the dealer.

For God's sakes, man, give some valid advice, that involves some
critical thinking, or don't post. You're wasting everyone's time.



On Thu, 11 Sep 2003 12:30:30 -0700, billbjohnson555@nospamhotmail.com
(Bill B. Johnson) wrote:

>In article <Xns93F1B5079AAD6gt3kedyahoocom@130.81.64.196>, rkamp
><gt3ked@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>> I have posted this problem before,my 2000 accord v6 runs great in the
>> city,it will tach up to 5000k when I need to pass.Once I get on the highway
>> and pass someone at or above 70mph the fuel shuts off,but the car ill still
>> be running.After this happens I can't accelerate past 3500 rpm on the
>> tach,I get fuel cut off regardless of city or highway driving.Next day all
>> is normal until I break the 70mph,car runs like crap.So is the fuel
>> pressure regulator or fuel pump itself, or some sensor? Help anyone, or
>> I'll bite the bullet and head to the dealer.TIA.

>
>I wish I had a solution but it could be several different things and I
>don't want you to waste money fixing things that might be the true souce
>of the problem. I suggest that you take the car to your favorite mechanic
>or the nearest Honda Dealership. Have them do a major tune-up and tell
>them about your problem. They will hook your car up to a huge computerized
>tester that will help the mechanic find the problem. In addition, the tune
>up means that some critical parts such as spark plugs will be replaced.


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