Asked by Sep 25, 2015 at 05:23 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi there,
i have a question need your help. will be great if u put me in some directions.
I recently bought a Honda accord euro 2005. now some shaking or rough feel when i put my hand on engine. i already run the engine without drive belt on. all the pullies are fine. need advise please help. recently change sparkplugs and fuel filter.

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Take a look at the throttle body sensor, First clean the throttle body with a cleaner such as CRC.

sorry I forget to mention in my last post I also did clean throttle body. but not sur what to do throttle body sensor. please help

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