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Old 24 Jan 2013, 07:34 pm
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Default 94 Accord acceleration Help?

Hi! I own a 94 Accord Ex F22B1 automatic. Lets say im doing about 45-50 in 4th gear cruising fine at about 1,900 rpm. But when i go to accelerate to say 4,000 rpm. they will go up to about 2,200 and then immedieatly drop back to about 1,800 and start to slowly accelerate under 2,000 rpms. and i have also had the engone revving in park problem a few times. Could this be the throttle body needing cleaned? a coil pack gone bad? please help! thanks!
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Old 24 Jan 2013, 07:46 pm
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You need a scan run on the motor before you start guessing at what to replace.
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