> Is the engine missing? If it is missing, it will make the car
> This sounds a lot like the EGR valve needing cleaning if it
> does this at a
> specific RPM.
> If the engine is smooth, then you are on the right track with
> the mounts.
> >I just bought a 93 Accord EX with 105K on it and didn't
> notice till I
> > was driving it home that when I eased on the power at
> speed(re 2500
> > rpm) the motor started vibrating until I leveled off. I can
> make it do
> > this at any speed at this rpm, the whole car shudders
> > Also when I start the engine it jumps pretty bad, not awful
> but more
> > than it should.
> > I took it to a Honda shop and the mechanic said to begin
> > replacing the torque strut first. We did, no difference.
> Then I
> > replaced the mount on the timing belt side, no difference.
> Two down
> > two to go. Most people say on 5 spds the rear mount never
> goes out,
> > no one talks much re the tranny mount. It seems to me that
> if the
> > motor jumps on starting it would likely be the rear mount.
> If so do I
> > need to remove the injection system to get to it? This one
> looks like
> > a major pain! The local parts guy says he replaced the
> tranny mount
> > and it fixed a similar problem.
> > Any other thought?
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the engine runs smooth all the time even at idle. When the idle drops
to 800 rpm the vibration starts also.
Anyone have any tips for replacing the rear mount?