2020 Accord Sport 2.0T
Guess my K&N Intake will mitigate this problem.
It rained after you picked it up? Should open your airbox like I did take pictures of the water inside.Made it halfway home before my car broke down again. Currently en route to a dealership.
Edited to say that it’s rained on me the entire 135 miles I’ve driven since I got it.
No, it didn't go into limp mode, as it would not recover until it was powered down and restarted at a minimum...Yesterday I was driving on the highway, and passed a car in the left lane . When I went to get back in the right lane after passing the car, my car hesitated and felt like it lost power for a few seconds. It was quite scary. Power then went right back to normal. Not sure what happened. Continued driving home another 2 hours, and no further issues. After reading this thread, it sounds like my car went into limp mode
There's no MAF, IIRC on the 2.0T at least...it may be an issue with water vapor condensing and accumulating in the intercooler and eventually making its way into the cylinders in liquid form where it causes misfires or soaks the MAF sensor causing an incorrect air flow reading. If so, it wouldn't matter where the air was being pulled from (i.e. factory air intake location or aftermarket intake system).
And they have for the most part...I suspect the same thing is happening here that happened with Ford's EcoBoost. Condensation in intercoolers is physics 101 and something that manufacturers have to deal with.