First off, I'm new, and I love this forum. It has info I couldn't find anywhere else on the web, or in my service manual.
I've got a US 87 Accord DX, 5spd. It's stock. Today I was driving home, and I kept getting cut off, so I was driving a little agressive. A few runs up to about 5000 RPM, in 1st and 2nd gear.
Halfway home, I'm coming to a stop at a light, and the engine dies. I restart it by giving it some gas while cranking, and then it dies again. But I quickly found out that as long as I kept my foot on the gas, the car ran fine, but as soon as I took my foot off, the revs dropped to 0, and it stalled. When it was running, it felt fine, maybe just a tad rough, but hardly noticeable
I made it home, the last 5 miles, stalling everytime I had to stop.
Any ideas what the problem is? I think it has to be a carb problem, but I'd like some tips how to fix it.
I have a feeling that it has something to do with the choke, or some valve in the carb got stuck in the wrong position.