Starting//Ignition Problem 2004 Honda Accord 2.4L I-Vtec DOHC
Once in a while when i go to start the car when ever it some times takes 4 to five times to get it to crank right and turn over fully. and in the morning it turns over very slowly. I had the starter, alternator, and battery tested and they told me every thing is normal VOLTAGE. I am clueless on this issue. i thought Hondas were good cars but this car is only 4 years old with 107,544 miles. this is the only problem this car has ever had. Please help me.
Re: Starting//Ignition Problem 2004 Honda Accord 2.4L...
Ok i understand what you said but my car starts but fuel burns quickly and most time i feel like am not getting the full power of the car it's trouble trying to speed out of a corner. I just got my 2004 honda accord and it seems like i been sitting in water everything undrneath is rusty HELP ME PLEASE
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42 inch pounds. Start at the middle of the cam/s and work your way out. You don't have to, but I start by snugging the bolts up (no order. Then toque them down. Then double check, starting at the middle again.
CHECK VTEC SWITCH OIL PRESSURE.SHOULD BE 50 PSI @3000 RPM FOR THE S2000 OIL PRESSURE SHOULD BE 85 PSI @ 3000 RPM. IF OIL PRESSURE OKAY HAVE TO BE EITHER VTEC SWITCH FAULTY OR VTEC SOLENOID HAS FAILED.SOME TIMES PCM HAS FAILED TO THAT CONTROL CIRCUIT.
Most of these Accords had two recalls pertaining to the ingnition switch. There is an interlock issue, and an electrical portion of the ignition switch recall. I would start by replacing the electrical portion of the ignition switch as this will most times fix this issue. The clicking noise may indicate an issue with the starter however. Would advise having a starting and charging system test at a professional repair facility to check the starter, but the ignition issue would be where i would start.