How to Fix an '88 Honda Accord Carburetor?

Answer The carburetor on your 1988 Honda Accord is located on the top of the vehicle's engine. Once you open up the hood of the Accord the carburetor is one of the first parts of the engine that is visibl... Read More »

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How to Replace a Carburetor in a Honda Accord?

The old model Honda Accords are the only Honda Accords that have carburetors on the engine these days. The carburetor on the Honda Accord engine sits on top of the engine. The carburetor is usually... Read More »

How to Rebuild a Carburetor on an 88 Accord?

Named as one of the 10 best cars of 1988 by "Car and Driver" magazine, the 1988 Honda Accord, also offered with an optional fuel injection system, came standard with a two-barrel carburetor. Over t... Read More »

How to Adjust a Honda Carburetor?

To get the best fuel efficiency, as well as power, the carburetor on your Honda engine needs to be adjusted to provide the optimum performance. Due to weather conditions and use, the carburetor adj... Read More »

How to Tune Up a 1977 Honda Z50 Carburetor?

The carburetor is responsible for mixing air and gasoline to make it combustible, which is what makes an engine work. A dirty carburetor can lead to decreased fuel efficiency and decreased performa... Read More »