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Old 19 Jan 2008, 02:53 pm
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Default 90 Accord dies

I am having a problem with a 90 Accord that I am wanting to buy. it starts fine but once driven about 10 miles or so it starts cutting out. then it dies it might start right back up it might not. But if I let it sit a couple minutes it will fire up again either with or without the cutting out symptoms. This morning it died and once started up and got to 80 mph seemed to run better than at 70 mph. But once I had to slow down it started to cut out and miss and die again. Not sure of the problem and help would be appreciated. the car has an auto trans 218000 miles And the temp this morning was -10. Thanks
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