Question about 1997 Honda Civic
I have a 1997 Honda Civic EX. With the advent of winter here in Coloado I am experiencing problems starting the car. When I start the car for the first time during the day, be it morning or afternoon, it takes a few seconds (about 7-9) to start. I have to hold the key in the start position for all that time for it to start while its cranking. I replaced the battery because it was getting old but that hasn't helped solve the problem. During the rest of the day it doesn't take time to start at all. I just bought the car and it was fine a month ago. Since it has been in Colorado, I am assuming the oil, etc. that have been used in the car should be suitable for the cold weather. I wanted to see if there was something I could do myself before I take it to a mechanic. Thanks!
Always be sure to change timeing belt as reg. maint. but sounds like ingnition module is getting ready to go
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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