1995 Honda Accord keeps dying

Asked by Aug 04, 2016 at 08:52 PM about the 1995 Honda Accord DX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 1995 auto Accord keeps dying when driving. I can
drive the car for days at a time, and it will be fine, and
then all off a sudden, doesnt matter freeway or streets, car
will die. If I wait a few minutes, car will run normal again.

I've already changed the distributor, new coils, new spark
plugs, new fuel pump, and new fuel relay, still happens.

When the car is running normal, everything is perfect.

6 Answers

21,745

You may need a new computer....my old 1995 car did all sorts of things when the computer went out... If you need to replace it, get a refurbished one..

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21,745

Otherwise, the 1995 Honda Accord was an excellent car.

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If it does it after the engine is warm. I would lean towards checking your timing.

100,365

This could very well be an ignition module or distributor pickup failure. You would have to check to see if it has spark when in failure. If it is a no spark condition check the price of a complete distributor compared to just the module and pickup coil, sometimes it is way cheaper to replace the entire distributor.

my 95 accord v6 does the same but only because i have to change to fuel pressure regulator. other than that and a wheel bearing, runs perfect with no engine lights on at 175000 miles

21,745

Jesus-. Recently met someone who had a 1994 Honda Accord... with over 550,000 miles on the engine.... these 90s Honda's were built extremely well.... Just keep up the maintenance and drive it...

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