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Old 08-15-2019, 04:51 PM   #1
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All my knowledge on my cb7 so far

Well first off this is all information from off the top of my head but I originally owned a 95 accord lx 5 speed and I wanted something automatic instead and preferably another Honda so I posted my car for trade and waited and waited until I finally got someone who had a 92 ex sedan in automatic, itís got 238,xxx almost 239 I believe but itís still in great running condition the only thing Iíve done so far was fix the weird idle problem it had because it would go back and forth up and down from about 1,500 rpms to 2,500 rpms or so and I went into the fast idle valve (excuse me if I got the name wrong on that) but itís the one thatís accessible by two Philips head screws just under the throttle cable and all you do is turn the valve counter clockwise I believe and it goes down inside itís little housing until it canít go any farther down, I heard that it controls the amount of air getting into the engine, anyways the previous owner told me that the person he bought it from had it broken into and stolen which makes sense as to why the top part of the weather stripping on the top of my driver door is gone and apparently they changed the locks but I only have the key for the ignition and not the door locks so I currently cannot lock my doors but I intend to fix that as soon as possible, I have other spots in my weather stripping that must be going as well and I found one spot that i think also has a leak, water gets onto my floor in the front on both sides, nothing too major but enough to make it a little wet and damp in there sometimes after it rains enough, Iíve taken it out for a real drive maybe 3 times at most and itís a great running car it just needs some love here and there but overall its a very clean car inside and out, minor dents and scratches and of course a just little bit of rust above the back wheels, the paint is going on the top part of the car due to sun fading like usual, the car surprisingly came with the original factory wheels which in my opinion I thought was very rare to still find those on the car nowadays, it needs the front passenger door handle replaced on the inside of the car and I know itís gonna need some suspension work in the front passenger as well, but I intend to do plenty of work to this car and get as much life and enjoyment as I can out of it and for what it is, itís age and especially the miles on it Iíd say itís still in very great condition and Iím absolutely in love with every single bit of this car, pictures to come soon
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Old 08-15-2019, 05:03 PM   #2
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I too have a 92 EX sedan automatic. What color is yours?

People here are pretty cool. You'll want to punctuate every now and then though. We can get pretty particular about that. Just letting you know.

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Old 08-15-2019, 05:52 PM   #3
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Thank you for the welcoming. Please apologize as I am writing all of these with only my smartphone, but I will certainly make sure to throughly review all of my future posts and replyís to be as punctually correct as possible and I appreciate and welcome all the help and feedback, Also the exterior color of my cb7 is Rosewood Brown Metallic Clearcoat the paint code is YR-503M, I made sure to check the ultimate cb7 paint guide that was posted by member Ď93accordse
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Old 08-15-2019, 07:08 PM   #4
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My friend has one in Rosewood brown metallic. A '90 I believe. It has a strange interior color as well. I like 92/93's in that color.
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Old 08-18-2019, 11:49 AM   #5
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Yeah, punctuation is important. As of today, this thread has 39 views and just one person replying. Chances are, most of the other viewers never made it through your initial post!
An upgrade is on the horizon that should make it much easier to view and reply via phone. We're even looking into image storage as well, because it's a pain these days to find a reliable image host that will allow third party linking. It's even worse trying to link images that way using a phone!

Though I will say, for searching threads to find your paint code.
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