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Old 14 Apr 2008, 04:31 pm
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Default Why is my 2000 honda accord LX having reduced acceleration ?

Can you please suggest possible reasons that I should check out and are there DIY remedies?The car has 42K miles
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Old 14 Apr 2008, 04:46 pm
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Change the fuel filter and the air filter. Change the oil and oil filter.
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