Question about 2006 Honda Accord
I change my car battery, the new battery is 60amps, afterwards i drove the car for about a day and the car started stopping on the road, if i restart it, it will start and after a while it will stop again. i decided to use the OBD II, check what happen, i i saw that some of the sensors are malfunctioning. i need help.
Its not the battery 60 amps is its capacity not what it puts out only capable of putting out which sensors are causing the problem according to obd 11 as when you change a battery on hondas the ecu has to re-learn all the setting and your car will run erratic and cut out till it learns the codes don,t forget the sensors don,t come into play till the engines warmed up so you need to take it for a run and keep it at a contant 50 miles an hour for a while let your foot off the gas see if it stalls do this a few times if it does stall obviously if this doesn,t cure the problem take note of the sensors that the obd has thrown up
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