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Honda Accord, Engine, Transmission, Coupe
#8 of 26 Re: 1994 Honda Accord Coupe stalling [davygoska]
Oct 15, 2007 (6:33 am)
My 1994 honda accord coupe has exactly the same problem. If you can get the car going uphill it helps, but it's getting worse in that it happens with more and more fuel in the car. My gauge is also messed up. Did you determine the cause of this?
#10 of 26 '92 Accord Starting Problem
Dec 06, 2007 (10:44 am)
I own a '92 Accord LX Automatic w/ 173,000 miles. The car would turn over but not start this morning (10 degrees F). I have just replaced the battery & several months ago I replaced the distributor cap, rotor, plugs, plug wires & the ignition control module, located inside the distributor (the ignition control module was bad). I did not change out the external coil. The fuel pump is original but is still working & the same with the alternator. I am wondering if the external coil is bad. I checked the external coil back when I replaced the ignition control module & other items listed above & it did not meet the resistance specs. of my Haynes manual but it still worked. I am hoping that when it warms up it will start.
#11 of 26 Re: '92 Accord Starting Problem [bowti57327]
Dec 06, 2007 (3:51 pm)
Small upate to my '92 Accord starting problem. The outside temperature warmed up somewhat & the car started & stalled several times but was able to get it moved into the garage. My thought is that the external coil is on its way out. Does this sound like an ignition coil issue to anybody? I am going to do some checks on the external coil this evening.
#12 of 26 Please Change The Name of This Forum or Freeze
Dec 06, 2007 (7:17 pm)
The title if this forum suggests any and all Accord Coupes. The only posts here are about 1992 and 1994 vehicles. That is very misleading.
These posts should be moved to the Honda Accord (1990-1993) Maintenance and Repair or Honda Accord (1994-1997) Maintenance and Repair forums and this one made Read Only.
#13 of 26 Re: Please Change The Name of This Forum or Freeze [blane]
Dec 06, 2007 (7:24 pm)
Thanks, but we can have a separate Coupes discussion for Starting and Stalling problems. Just because we only have posts from a couple of the Accord generations doesn't mean others are not welcome.
We'll let this one stand.
#14 of 26 Re: Please Change The Name of This Forum or Freeze [pat]
Dec 07, 2007 (5:43 pm)
You wrote "we can have a separate Coupes discussion for Starting and Stalling problems"
Please clarify why generic starting and stalling concerns would be related to the shape of the vehicle's body. Sedans with identical engines would be no different than coupes.
Also, why would owners of sixth, seventh or eighth generation Accords with more modern engines be interested in reading a forum about recent problems that two people experienced with engines built thirteen to fifteen years ago? Those folks would find much more support in the forums dedicated to their generations of vehicles. I believe that the title of this forum is misleading and useless to most members.
#15 of 26 Re: Please Change The Name of This Forum or Freeze [blane]
Dec 08, 2007 (5:24 pm)
Sorry, the discussion will stay. People can use it or not, no reason to take it away. You can email me if you want to discuss this further, but this particular line of conversation isn't helpful to anyone, so let's drop it. Thanks!
#16 of 26 Re: 1994 Honda Accord Coupe stalling [djhawk1000]
Sep 24, 2008 (6:07 am)
I have this problem also. I changed out the fuel sending unit and it did not work. Any luck with a solution?