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Old 17 Mar 2005, 10:12 pm
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Default í91 honda accord 2 door engine dying

my accord dies after a period of use per day. if iím constantly moving
at a nice normal speed, the engine doesnít die. when i stop, put the
gear into reverse or back into drive, it might die. i do put it in
neutral at stops which prevents it from dying. what is wrong with my
car?

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Old 17 Mar 2005, 10:17 pm
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Default Re: '91 honda accord 2 door engine dying

Your throttle body could be dirty, causing your base idle speed to be wrong.
I'd clean the throttle body and check the base idle speed.

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> my accord dies after a period of use per day. if i'm constantly moving
> at a nice normal speed, the engine doesn't die. when i stop, put the
> gear into reverse or back into drive, it might die. i do put it in
> neutral at stops which prevents it from dying. what is wrong with my
> car?
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Old 17 Mar 2005, 10:50 pm
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Default Re: '91 honda accord 2 door engine dying

I would check into changing out your air & fuel filter.

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> > my accord dies after a period of use per day. if i'm constantly moving
> > at a nice normal speed, the engine doesn't die. when i stop, put the
> > gear into reverse or back into drive, it might die. i do put it in
> > neutral at stops which prevents it from dying. what is wrong with my
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