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Most likely a bad alternator..batt isnt gittn chargd. The diode is bad causing the alt to suck juice from batt. Also the main wire from battery to back of alternator I wud test first for wear. A bad one impedes chargn
Just because they are new doesnt mean they are good. Plus, you may have a different problem and replaced perfectly good parts already. If the voltage goes that low in a few minutes, you have problems. Time to have a shop check it over that works on Hondas.
yes get a new battery,,the old one probably,cant hold a charge,,then have you alt ck out to see if it is charging,,the car will run on the battery,,until no juice is left,,alternator recharges the battery,,
if you have or can gain access to a voltmeter, while the car is running without jumper cables on it hook up the voltmeter to the batter posts and see what the alternator is charging at, a good working alt should charge from 13.5 to 15v, i have seen many new parts go bad fast or be bad from the start
go to the back off the alt at the main post there should be a heavy red wire take a volt meter and see if you battery voltage. if you do not the fusable link wire at the starter there will be three of them one of them has failed . what that wire dose it feeds the battery voltage . if there is no voltage on that wire the alt will not work good luck kdc744