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I cannot start my 2007 Honda Accord lately. No noise at all when I start. The battery is good. The starter is also good because I just replaced it 6 months ago. My mechanics checked the power and figured it out that the starter relay has some issue and I decided to replace the starter relay. It worked for some times and the problem came back. Please read next because it might give you a clue. I noticed by pure coincidence that when it does not start, I switched the transmission to either P, N, or D then back to P position then I can start again. Sometimes, I also leave the car for about 5-10 minutes then it will start again. Does it mean that this is an issue with the Transmission safety switch? How can you check that problem? My mechanics told me that this model builds this switch INSIDE the transmission and replacing the switch is like to rebuild the transmission, which my mechanics told me that I should not unless the problem is really worse. Thank you for your time and response.

With a 2.4L 4 Cylinder engine. Is there a specific time when the timing belt needs to be replaced? I can not find it on the "Maintenance Minder" or in the manual. On the 6 cyl. it states, but not on the 4 C yl.

Occurring almost daily now. Once or twice and lasts for 30-60 seconds. Usually at 45 mph or less.

I just purchased a 2007 Honda Accord, 109,000 this car runs like brand new, How do I know for sure if the scheduled maintenance has been done, for sure My Honda has "maintenance minder"?

only the driver sider power window and lock for all doors still working. What is the problem? We tested the motor it is still good.

Based on dealer quotes, this is an expensive interval. I would like to know what is really necessary.

The a/c will not blow cold, but it does not need a charge either, the freon is registering full. It still works but its like the compressor does not kick in to make it cool I am guessing

problem just began, ans does not always happen, just when cold. No codes come up

It is a 2007 Accord 6 cylinder.
I have had no issues with the car thus far. Regular oil changes, etc.. No I am at 165,XXX miles and the car is idling rough when you first start it up. Can it be the plugs and wires need to be changed out?

My mechanic says I need to change the fluid but This site recommends changing the fluid if the pump is replaced. There is no info about periodic fluid changes.

2007, Honda Accord 20 door. what is the cost for tune-up?

My rear brakes are squeaking and I've been told I need rear brakes what is the cost?

72000 miles and have already put 2 new sets of tires on the car...so we started just rotating the 2 rear because it just wears the inside of the tires...when they wear out we move the front tires to the back and put new ones on the front...we get about 15000 to 20000 out of the rear tires...thanks

I took my car into Firestone. One of the recommendations that they came back with for my car is a fuel system cleaning. Its about an $89 service. Honestly I'm not exactly sure what they do for this service. Its something about "chemically cleaning the fuel injection system." They claimed that the throttling was a little sluggish in my car. I haven't noticed any difference although I don't really pay that much attention and can't really tell that my car was sluggish. Is this cleaning worth it? I guess a cleaning is a cleaning and it won't hurt. Its just one of those things that you really wonder if its a complete rip off or not because you'll probably never notice a difference.

For years now every so often when I try to start my car after its been sitting for a number of hours, I turn the key, all the electrical systems seem to come on (i.e. gauges and dashboard lights turn on) but the car simply refuses to turn over and there is no sound from the engine. As soon as I turn the key back to off, then turn the key to try to start it again, the car starts normally with no issue. At one point last year my car wouldn't start at all, but it would click when I turned the key. I took it to the dealer and they said I needed a new starter (which was ridiculous for the 65K miles on my car at the time). The car now starts and everything was fine for a few weeks. Then the behavior that I described above started to happen again. I have no idea what to do as of course when I try to take it in the repair shop says they can't find anything or reproduce the issue.