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Old 18 May 2004, 01:28 pm
Jin Lee
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Default 91 honda accord problem.

hey, i have a problem with my 91 accord.

It is a manual, While I'm driving, I feel heavy vibration throughout the
entire car, then the engine dies. This is usually whil im slowing down
near a light. The engine refuses to start back up.

Any honda experts know what the problem is?

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Old 20 May 2004, 06:30 am
TE Cheah
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Default Re: 91 honda accord problem.

| usually whil im slowing down
In what gear / neutral ?

| engine refuses to start back up.
For how long ? Can starter motor crank engine ? No 1 can
diagnose this without more facts known.

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