Having problems with your 1993 Honda Accord ?

My 93 honda accord ex will not start right away in the mornings. I crank the ignition and it sounds like when a car is out of gas and wont start. I have to do this at least 3 times every morning before it turns on. When it turns on the car feels a little shakey. Once the car has warmed up and ran a while it is fine and I dont have this problem. But if it is parked for a period of time ( when I go to work 8hrs ) the same thing happens again. I have replaced the main relay, cleaned the throttle bo

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-02-2019

Answers :

You have a small air leak on your fuel line or the line is not holding pressure when the vehicle is off. The reason it is hard to start at first is it is having to pull fuel all the way from the tank and prime itself. You can verify this by pour a small amount of fuel in the throttle body on the first time you start it and if it starts right up then you know this is the issue. If you have an electric fuel pump it maybe a faulty valve in the pump that is letting the fuel come back down the line when it is off instead of maintaining pressure as it should..
Check fuel pressure relief valve see if it is holding pressure
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