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Bunker Hill, WV
FRONT tire went bad. OR worst case-major malfunction in suspension , which you might want checked professionally , before it's too late!.........Tire problem would be more common , I think.
Ever had ANY body work done on it? Also , that time of year for rodent damage to harness. What about the seat belt is not working? Warning light on dash doesn't go off when it's buckled?
TEST (or have tested professionally) the fuel PRESSURE. Make sure it's not losing spark.It is OBDII , so it can be scanned (with a scanner that can read LIVE data--NOT a 'code reader'!) for faulty readings from sensors.
TEST for power to the solenoid when key turned to 'crank' (not easy on that). IF you don't even get a light 'click' when turning the key , I suggest testing the fuses (ALL) TEST battery and check for voltage drop while key is turned to crank. OR just replace the starter. Intake manifold removal is the easiest way. I would also suggest either a Honda OEM , or get a better quality (NAPA or Carquest-level-premium)starter. You don't want do (or pay to do) the labor twice!
That repair shops solution sounds like a bad joke , Did they DIAGNOSE the cause of the problem?
High beams work? Day-time running lights on that year/model?
OR the installation maybe in dry caliper bracket/worn-out & re-used shims? Were the rotors resurfaced , or did the pads get put on glazed rotors?
What about it?
Check local dealer or salvage('auto-re-cyclers)yard.
"like it's releasing gas"---Hissing sound? Have system PRESSURE tested for correct amount of R-134 , That would be the first step. Then , further diagnosis may be needed.