2006 Honda Ridgeline Q&A
2006 Honda Ridgeline Question: Is 72,000 miles too soon for starter repair. My battery and alternator are fine.
Had to jump it yesterday and ran diagnostic today indicating possible low voltage starter problem. After jumping and driving car today it seems to behave normally. As soon as it was connected with jumper cables it fired up. Ran errands and each time it cranked fine. I have used Honda Conyers where I bought it for all maintenance and repair. - doncottton
If it's the original Honda battery , it's probably got a bad cell. What is the voltage drop when cranking? - ziptie12
Just an opinion here: Invest in a duel rate battery charger and give the battery a good long slow charge every now and again. If you run a lot of short trips with your car it might just be that it is not getting a full charge from all of the short trips you make. I have my original battery in my 2005 Toyota and I do the charge thing every few months and so far so good. - Joewino