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The car drives smooth until it gets to 45 mph then just revs at a high rpm and doesn't shift.
Relay on the green and yellow power source reading: 11.67 and green/white wire reads 11.77. Do you think that the fuel pump relay is defective?
It started with just when I started the car but know it's doing the noise also while I am driving
The engine light is on also does that mean i need a new engine or transmission?
The problem occurs all the time daily
Everytime my car is still, the temp of the thermostat goes to H
Engine won't start. No codes. turns over good and tries to start but only fires for a half second. Tried starting fluid with no results. Getting fuel to the fuel block. Injectors are being pulsed.
The check engine,brake lamp and the S lights are on
I just bought the car for my daughter and I don't know how well it was taken care of.
Everytime I open my trunk water falls and now sometimes my back seat gets wet
My 2000 Accord LX VTEC V6 (125k) suffers the EXACT problem with symptoms PRECISELY as described in the Honda TSB 00-024 "Heat Soak" issue: engine won't start or hold idle after the car is driven to operating temp and then parked w/engine off for ~15mins; runs rough if gas pedal is held or after transmission is quickly shifted into gear; and, MIL will light with resultant misfire codes. Let the car cool down for ~10mins and it'll start and run fine. This problem recurs consistently and is easily induced.
Anecdotes about suggested causes run the gamut:
- ethanol fuel vaporization;
- generally bad quality fuel;
- fuel pressure regulator too small;
- returnless fuel rails;
- problem with main fuel relay solder joints;
- air trapped in coolant;
- overly tight I/E valves;
- EGR issue;
- leaky valve and/or head gaskets;
- bad plugs and/or ignition coils;
- bad coolant temperature sensor;
- blown fan fuse;
...and on and on and on.
Note: the engine ran fine for over a decade before showing the symptoms thus described, making me suspicious this is a genuine "heat soak" issue. I have a hunch some part has simply gone bad, but I simply cannot identify the culprit. Help!
I keep getting code P1456 it tells me it's the fuel tank pressure sensor. I would like to change it out myself. Any and all input will be helpful
I've replaced the main relay, the ignition switch coil ignitor I've checked all the fuses cap, roter before having this problem the speedometer would only work periodically can anyone help me with an answer to this nightmare please
I've had my 2012 Honda Accord LX sedan (4 cyl) for almost a year. In December 2015 I had to replace my 2 rear tires due to dry rot. I've had the Traction/Stability control activate while I was driving a few times due to the roads being too slick for traction but that's generally only when I'm forced to a complete stop while going uphill or when there's water on the road & I can't avoid going driving through it (I still slow my speed even more & I don't mean flood water, think a medium sized pothole filled with water). It's been steadily raining for over 24 hours now but I had bills to pay so I went out this morning. At a very busy & unavoidable intersection in town the stop light is at the top of a hill. If you aren't the 1st car in line then you're forced to literally stop on the upper slope part of the hill. I've experienced this before & knew I had to be careful when the light changed but the traction control normally would engage. Today it didn't & my car went to the right so I had to make a right turn (thankfully it was clear) because I couldn't go straight. I headed home after that but I live far from town. I noticed that the tires weren't getting very much traction after a complete stop yet the light for the traction control never came on & I could tell that it wasn't on.
I check my tires each week to make sure they aren't underinflated (TPMS is unreliable). When I start the car up, all lights that normally come on & go off do so. There's no lights flashing & there aren't any warnings/codes that will run across the dash screen where the mileage/oil life % is. The 2 rear tires went on in December 2015. The 2 front tires were on when I purchased the car but when I got the rear tires they said both front tires were practically new.
I've replaced ignition switch the coil and the igniter the car will only start when I turn the key and all the dash lights come on when drive light won't come on car won't start
The CV axle is bad on my 1990 Honda and I just got some parts off. A 1997 Honda. Was wanting to know if they were compatable