Question about 1997 Honda Accord
Some causes about rought idle could be:
- Valve adjustment
- Incorrect ignition timing,
- Vacuum leaks
- Bad ignition wires (Test w/ ohmmeter)
- Incorrect idle speed
- Cold Start Injector always "ON" (Revised injector time switch avail.)
A source of rough idle in EFI engines is air leaks or vacum leaks these leaks will upset the fuel mixture without triggering any codes. A bad oxigen sensor will also cause a rough idle, but you should see a code for it ( I think is number 5, but check it).
A good place to start would be an inspection of the spark plugs, plug wires, ignition timing, and idle speed. Next would be valve adjustment. Don't overlook the simple things.
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Posted on Nov 04, 2011
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