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Old February 21st, 2019, 11:33 PM   #1
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2007 Accord V6 6 speed RPM Issues

Can someone check out my obd2 readings from a recent drive? I am runner by pretty rich and my rpms are up by around 500 to 1k!


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Old February 23rd, 2019, 01:33 PM   #2
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Bump.. Can someone help?
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What issues is the car having? I know you said you're running rich but is the car doing something weird or is there a check engine line or anything else?
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Old February 23rd, 2019, 06:47 PM   #4
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What issues is the car having? I know you said you're running rich but is the car doing something weird or is there a check engine line or anything else?
Well originally what happened was that I blew a spark plug on cylinder 6 and so replaced the spark plug and coil that was bad! It stripped the threads so had to get one of those retread kits! Anyway after fixing that, I feel like I have less power! When I am driving, I get up thru the rpms a lot faster and I know itís not because I am going faster! My rpms seem to be around 1k too high as I am driving, no codes thrown or anything like that but worried it is my cats or o2 sensors?
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Try checking for a vacuum leak somewhere. I had a car once that had a similar issue that the RPM's seemed higher than normal and it turned out to be a vacuum line and a very small leak around the intake manifold.
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Old February 25th, 2019, 09:01 PM   #6
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Try checking for a vacuum leak somewhere. I had a car once that had a similar issue that the RPM's seemed higher than normal and it turned out to be a vacuum line and a very small leak around the intake manifold.
I am going to try your ideas thank you for replying! I looked at my air intake hose and there was a crack in it towards the connection to the engine so I just swapped that out and noticed the car is running richer now which I can only assume because the computer has not compensated for the change yet! I left the negative battery terminal off for about 5 min but still doing the same! Crank pattern learn and idle learn in order?
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Did you ever find out the reason why your spark plug blew out?
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Old February 26th, 2019, 11:59 PM   #8
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Did you ever find out the reason why your spark plug blew out?
No I have not! I assume itís like the issue they were having with cylinder 5 blowing!
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I'm at a lost now. The only other things I would check is compression on each cylinder just to make sure that the #6 spark plug didn't create more issues than just the spark plug. And maybe possibly check your timing. Could be a possibility that it has jumped timing. I don't know at this point, I'm just throwing stuff out there to check. Sorry I can't be much help but maybe someone else could shed some light.
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