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Old 28 Feb 2005, 07:12 pm
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Default 2001 Accord sounds like flat tires when accelrate

I brought a used 2001 Accord coupe LX witn 17 rims last month. It runs
perfect untile yesterday. At 1 ,2, 3, 4 gear, when I push Gas, it
shaking and sound like one front tire is flat. I checked th tire is 35
and 35. I changed spar plug this moring but it keeps the same.
I read HarasBook but donít know if it is because bearing, or engine
mounts or spark wire or fuel injuction or the tire
Please Help
Thanks

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Old 28 Feb 2005, 07:37 pm
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Default Re: 2001 Accord sounds like flat tires when accelrate

Assuming your engine mounts are ok...easy to check by yourself.....I would
have to go with loose/wornout suspension parts or cv joints that are bad.
I would be hesitant to think a 2001 would have any problems except that you
mentioned it had 17 inch tires. Perhaps it has also been lowered or
modified or beaten to death.


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>I brought a used 2001 Accord coupe LX witn 17 rims last month. It runs
> perfect untile yesterday. At 1 ,2, 3, 4 gear, when I push Gas, it
> shaking and sound like one front tire is flat. I checked th tire is 35
> and 35. I changed spar plug this moring but it keeps the same.
> I read HarasBook but don't know if it is because bearing, or engine
> mounts or spark wire or fuel injuction or the tire
> Please Help
> Thanks
>
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Old 28 Feb 2005, 07:44 pm
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Default Re: 2001 Accord sounds like flat tires when accelrate

"PaulHsu" <UseLinkToEmail@New & Used Cars Forums - AutoForumz.com> wrote in
message news:4223c18e$1_2@alt.athenanews.com...
>I brought a used 2001 Accord coupe LX witn 17 rims last month. It runs
> perfect untile yesterday. At 1 ,2, 3, 4 gear, when I push Gas, it
> shaking and sound like one front tire is flat. I checked th tire is 35
> and 35. I changed spar plug this moring but it keeps the same.
> I read HarasBook but don't know if it is because bearing, or engine
> mounts or spark wire or fuel injuction or the tire
> Please Help
> Thanks
>
> --

If it takes more gas in 4th gear than first gear to make it act like that,
I'd expect it to be outside the engine - engine mounts, suspension. If the
same amount of gas, inside the engine - fuel injector or ignition on one
cylinder. Is the "check engine" light on?

Mike


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Old 01 Mar 2005, 12:06 pm
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"michaeltnull" wrote:
> "PaulHsu" <UseLinkToEmail@New & Used Cars Forums -
> AutoForumz.com> wrote in
> message news:4223c18e$1_2@alt.athenanews.com...
> >I brought a used 2001 Accord coupe LX witn 17 rims last

> month. It runs
> > perfect untile yesterday. At 1 ,2, 3, 4 gear, when I push

> Gas, it
> > shaking and sound like one front tire is flat. I checked th

> tire is 35
> > and 35. I changed spar plug this moring but it keeps the

> same.
> > I read HarasBook but don't know if it is because bearing, or

> engine
> > mounts or spark wire or fuel injuction or the tire
> > Please Help
> > Thanks
> >
> > --

> If it takes more gas in 4th gear than first gear to make it
> act like that,
> I'd expect it to be outside the engine - engine mounts,
> suspension. If the
> same amount of gas, inside the engine - fuel injector or
> ignition on one
> cylinder. Is the "check engine" light on?
>
> Mike


NO check Engine light. I read the book talking about wrong toe-in.

Thanks a lot for your help!

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