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Ziptie12

Bunker Hill, WV

IF YOU WANT FREE ADVICE............THEN AT LEAST HAVE THE COURTESY OF RESPONDING , Then I will help as much as possible!


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Bring it to a different (GET references) shop and have them investigate symptoms and cause (may need to pay diagnostic$ , but keep detailed receipt , you may want to bring it back to the other shop if the cause is from their neglect or improper workmanship).


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The failed part(s)............NEEDS to be inspected to determine the CAUSE of the malfunction.


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Do you see the letters "VVT" on top of engine?...........What code?...????


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What kind of noise? Does A/C still cool? Yes most likely able to change just clutch/coil assembly , but may not be worth it.


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TOW TRUCK!!!


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I am not in the least concerned , but it's not my 'matter'...................


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...................nevermind , reply if you want it repeated...........


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Just to clarify....Trans HOT , and on LEVEL ground? ...Not ideal to be that high , but if it's that high with it cold , then I'd drain and refill to proper level. Start with 2&1/2 Qts. run it 5 min. , then check , add to lower line then drive 10 miles and re-check. (Honda rec. the 10 miles to ensure it's at operating temp.)


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Check compression as # 1 says , most likely you have several bent valves (this is an interference motor. GOOD used engine will probably be the most economical repair , without knowing the condition of the rest of the engine.


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JUST to be an a------------- (spelling's not my strong pointt , next time it's cold and you KNOW it won't start unless you were to puor gas in it , instead ,try this -- WITHOUT letting it crank , 'bump' the starter (to energize fuel relay) and wait three seconds--you should hear the fuel pump hissing if the circuit is working. Repeat this four times , on fifth time go ahead and let it try to start........post results.ALSO if you don't hear the fuel pump running when you do this , maybe there is a problem with the fuel pump circuit while in crank position (ignition switch? Pushrod?)........


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