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Gives At Least 25 More Miles, Once Gas Light'S On.

September 14, 2009 about Honda Accord

I drive back and forth all the time from my parents house to mine, and its about 27-30 miles. The gas light will be on at there house and i'll make it home, every time. I've never actually let it run out of gas to a complete stop but i know for** *100% POSITIVE a 1991 HONDA ACCORD will run 25-30 miles WITH the gas light on!!!***** | Gives at least 25 more miles, once gas light's on.

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September 14, 2009 by Natalie

WoW! YOUR RIGHT 100% true way to go. it is about 25-30 miles yay

September 14, 2009 by Geo_>[email protected]

Thanks Alot you helped me out alot

September 14, 2009 by [email protected]

ya, ya, ya, you did it 25 miles is what i get, thats perfect too cuz, ya see i drive to um,.. my lil shop i work from.... and it is like really perfect to get there and back on the empty light xxxoooxxxooo kiss kiss thank you Dioa Diva

December 6, 2009 by Johnny O.

I have a '94 LX and it differs on the mileage between fuel grades. Clear (non ethanol) 92 Oct will get you 28-30MPG. 10% Ethanol 82 Oct. will get you 20-25MPG. My gas light does not work; However, when its on Empty and in a downhill incline parking, it will not start. Hondas like any cars are maintenance required machines. 4 times a year or more you have to change oil. 2 times a year you have to change the air filter. Every year you need to change out your spark plugs and check valve lash. Every 2 years you need a new set of tires and front breaks. Every 3 years you need new rear breaks. Total cost for 3 years maintenance $1,500. If you bought technical manual for your car for $20 and did it yourself the cost would be $600

July 26, 2012 by Walid

The terms you're quoting are for iuadviindls with AAA credit, these are the terms under ideal circumstances. That being what it is you should still be able to finance a car but like one of the other responders said you will most likely have to put some money down. I don't think you will be able to qualify for a lease with a credit score of 605. Typically those people have scores of 700 and above.

July 26, 2012 by Walid

The terms you're quoting are for iuadviindls with AAA credit, these are the terms under ideal circumstances. That being what it is you should still be able to finance a car but like one of the other responders said you will most likely have to put some money down. I don't think you will be able to qualify for a lease with a credit score of 605. Typically those people have scores of 700 and above.

July 26, 2012 by Walid

The terms you're quoting are for iuadviindls with AAA credit, these are the terms under ideal circumstances. That being what it is you should still be able to finance a car but like one of the other responders said you will most likely have to put some money down. I don't think you will be able to qualify for a lease with a credit score of 605. Typically those people have scores of 700 and above.

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