Question about 2007 Acura MDX
Replaced the ECM hard drive, starter relays, and brake switch. It is an intermittent problem but has been reproduced at the dealer and is becoming more frequent. Code P0615 starter cut relay drive circuit malfunction is all that shows up.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
WOW BEING 4 QUARTS LOW CAN'T BE GOOD FOR THE ENGINE. BUT ANYWAY YOU CAN TRY TO SEE IF THE FUEL PUMP FUSE AND RELAY ARE GOOD. IF THEY ARE THEN THIS FUEL PUMP REPLACEMENT IS FAIRLY SIMPLE. HOPE THIS HELPS YOU WITH THE FUEL ISSUE. GOOD LUCK. KEEP ME POSTED PLEASE. I HAVE TO KNOW IF THIS ENGINE STILL RUNS. THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
looked it up online, looks like its in the underhood fuse box but couldn't get a good diagram that shows which relay number it is. the website i use is sort of dependent on the manufacturer, apparently acura did not feel like sharing that info. hope that helps
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
I doubt they did anymore damage but i`ll bet that the engine was damaged from the training going out such as valve guides and seals and carbon build up on plugs ETC.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
STARTER RELAY IS UNDER THE HOOD AND UNDER THE DASH.IT COULD BE THE STARTER SOLENOID ON STARTER BAD.IT WILL CAUSE NO CRANKING PROBLEMS.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
Sounds as though you changed parts unrelated to the engine turning over. The ign module etc would be where you would check, if you had no spark.
Do you really know that the ignition switch is okey
Do you know that the neutral switch is adjusted correctly if that applies or is in fact working okey.
All relays may click,BUT are their contacts inside burn't,and not completing a circuit ,the the starter solenoid?
If you had a wiring diagram in the beginning,it sounds as though,you know what your doing and would be closer to solving the issuse
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
Testimonial: "Swapped out the main relay, still no change, the ignition switch is new, the ignition control module is new, thinking the ECU may be fried."
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