Honda Accord EGR Testing With HDS With Parasitic Battery Tests and Generator AC Ripple

by | Oct 2020 | feature, Honda, Import Service | 1 comment

A co-worker made a mention about a rough running 2006 Honda Accord, 2.4L DOHC 16V and 5-Speed Automatic and added the comment, “The car seemed hard to start.” Hard to start didn’t mean the battery or starter had a defect; rather, the engine speed to...

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1 Comment

  1. Newfiemech

    The debris could be loose pieces of catalyst substrate, I have a nearly identical picture of a Ford Ranger EGR jammed open and a deteriorating converter was the culprit.

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