I have a 1994 VTEC 2.2 L 4 Cylinder EX Wagon Automatic. I don't know much about the car history but it could have been cared for better. The original tires were 7 years old. Also, the original battery was a marine battery with four connection posts. (two positive, and two negative) Because of those two shocking discoveries I assume it has not even been tuned for 7 years. I am about to do a tune up. But this means that the symptoms could be from many problems. When I take my foot off accelerator, or turn off the cruise control, the car quickly slows to a stop by itself without even needing to apply the brake pedal. Out of curiosity, shift into neutral (instead of reverse) on a steep hill or slope does not make it go backwards. I have researched and this seems to be called Anchoring, usually because of sticky brakes. I don't think it is sticky brakes because this issue only occurs sometimes. Later, car engine is being sluggish occasionally. Sometimes, when accelerating, the engine sounds like it has a sore throat. It just does not want to accelerate properly. Cruise control works, temperature is below half, no D4 light, no Check Engine light. Is my car going to explode? Why does to the symptoms only occur sometimes? Are the two symptoms connected to each other? Do Honda Accords have an Anchoring behaviour whenever there is engine trouble?