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Old 07-12-2006, 02:05 AM
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Hey guys, Im new to the site and want to say whats up to everyone first of all. Second I have a problem with my 1992 honda accord lx backfiring. Some times it runs like a champ and then others it backfires like crazy. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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Hello Viper6..
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Here are but a few things that could be causing the backfireing of your Honda car.
Fuel Injection system malfunctioning
Faulity ignition system, cracked plugs or wires, cracked distributor cap or rotor

This will give you a few areas to check out..hope this helps you!

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Old 07-12-2006, 03:13 AM
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Default RE: engine back firing

Thanks for the welcome and thanks for the advice, some of those were already on my mind, the distributor, wires and spark plugs. Do you think the timing could be off slightly?
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Yes, that can also be your problem..goes hand & Hand with the rest of the parts checking...

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Thanks for the welcome and thanks for the advice, some of those were already on my mind, the distributor, wires and spark plugs. Do you think the timing could be off slightly?
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no i would say that the timing is probably fine. your distributor might be going bad, but its actuall location right now is probably perfect. sounds like a plug that might be bridged, or a bad wire
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does yours back fire when your accelerating?
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Old 12-03-2011, 12:33 PM
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does yours back fire when your accelerating?

That post was from back in 2006
I supposed he's not there waiting any more..
But, you can put an answer in there any ways so that we can weigh your ideas and answers.

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