Honda Accord Engine Noise.AVI

Just purchased 1993 Honda Accord SE Coupe. F22A6 engine with 348,000 KM's (216K miles). Valves recently adjusted but no difference to clatter. Engine runs fine; plugs proper colour; decent oil consumption but too noisy. Similar to other Accords of this vintage, so maybe typical of this genre.

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Okay, not adjust the valves. Put the new muffler on. New tires, inspection sticker. Then get this little beast out of my garage...





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Honda Accord Valve Adjustment - EricTheCarGuy
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