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1 Year of Fighting

Discussion in 'Honda Acty References' started by Ray Lawrence, May 23, 2018.

  1. Ray Lawrence

    Ray Lawrence New Member

    I own a 1998 Honda. For literally over a year I've been fighting this problem. I know there is a brain on here who can help. Truck runs great cold. When truck warms up it will not take throttle and dies. Cool off and runs great. I have replaced fuel pump and lines. Please help for i have not a clue and good truck setting. Thanks for any help
  2. DWils

    DWils Member

    I'm of no help, but maybe it has something to do with the cooling system?
  3. Ray Lawrence

    Ray Lawrence New Member

    I appreciate your reply. I know very little about these trucks. I don't know how the water has any affect on it. Any ideas would appreciated.
  4. Jigs-n-fixtures

    Jigs-n-fixtures Well-Known Member

    I’m guessing that there is a thermostatic vacuum switch that isn’t working right. Or, the choke isn’t pulling of correctly.
  5. showland

    showland New Member

    Have you tried a carb rebuild kit?
  6. shogun

    shogun Active Member

    There is no manual choke on a 1998. Check these 2 solenoids on the carb, they are controlling the air volume https://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/kurumanosentakuya/archive/2012/3/25
    In my case the solenoids were blocked and not moving = too rich and unburnt fuel came out of the exhaust and no power when I pushed the gas pedal down.
    According to a friend who has a shop for K-car repairs these solenoids usually last max. 100000 km. http://s245.photobucket.com/user/calfranch/library/HondaATCY/Carb/AirCutOffSolenoid?sort=3&page=1

    Part number for the solenoids are here: 6031-PZ3-000, 6024-PZ3-000.
  7. Ray Lawrence

    Ray Lawrence New Member

    I appreciate the replies. i do think its in the gas supply and most likely the carbs. I'm not very handy with wrenching on these trucks while being on a tight budget also. Didn't want to just start throwing money at it. I had this problem once before and put a new fuel pump on it. Fixed it for a while now it's back with a vengeance. put another fuel pump on it but it did not help at all. Thanks for all the suggestions.
  8. shogun

    shogun Active Member

    Testing these 2 solenoids is not very complicated and does not cost anything. They are relatively easy to remove, then use a spare battery or the one from your truck and just connect as shown in the youtube. In case the solenoid does not move, you need a new one.
    6024-PZ3-000 costs about $30 new here in Japan, the other one about the same.
    I just noticed, here in Japan there is now a 1 in front of the old p/n, so 16024-PZ3-000, 16031-PZ3-000 https://www.monotaro.com/p/2579/1788/

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