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It just started doing what I described one day and has been getting worse as time goes by.
Noticed hood smoking when I got home from the store about 5 days ago, turned off my car and popped the hood. Antifreeze was everywhere mainly on the passenger side under the hood. Saw a small hose about thumb length had a hole where antifreeze shot through. Replaced the hose, easy fix, then started car and it ran for maybe a minute then died. Hasn't started since. It will turn over though, starter isn't a problem. Distributor cap was flooded with oil, cleaned that out and gave it another shot, still nothing. My car turns over and sounds like it's going to turn on but still hadn't. Not sure what I should be looking for here. Why did it die? And why does it still continue not to run? Could it be a big problem? Transmission is brand new as of January 2016. Alternator was replaced last November, fuses are good, starter is good, fluids are good, I'm a little confused. Much appreciated any opinions.
Had the front calibers change and rear shoes and wheel cylinders change and new pads on the front to
The car drives smooth until it gets to 45 mph then just revs at a high rpm and doesn't shift.
The check engine,brake lamp and the S lights are on
We put oil in the car and it just poured out of the bottom.
There is a howling noise coming from the air filter housing and i can see a perfect roundish hole on the side and it is sucking air in is it missing a part?
I have an 1991 Honda Accord LX. it has 243000 miles. For the first time I noticed my a/c not pushing out real cool air. I am wondering if it needs coolant and if so, how do I know? My main question after doing some research is if I can use R134a to refill my a/c or does my Honda use R12?
Ok 91honda accord driven, parked now will not start again. Turn the key dash lights up but nothing - no sound. Starter was checked and it's good. Mechanic said it was electrical. Not sure if related but clutch was acting up recently, hard going into third.