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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.

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    Gino Tortelli Oct 06, 2014

    My son's 2005 Accord just started doing the same thing. It turned out to be the starter. It's a common problem on the 2.4L Hondas. The biggest problem is that you have to remove the intake manifold to gain access to the starter for removal.

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So what was the solution? I'm having the same exact problem! It's as IF I just wrote this myself! To the tee!
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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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Get new plugs and wires and air filter, fuel filter and get back to us. Also could be a bad fuel pump. Turn the key on but don't start and see if you hear a noise.

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    Gino Tortelli Oct 06, 2014

    All of those things will NOT help with the cranking problem described above. The 2.4L engine has a common problem with the starter. It's an intermittent problem and, therefore, hard to diagnose. The major problem with replacing the starter is that the intake manifold has to be removed to gain access. The original post said nothing about poor running. The poster described a problem with cranking. All of the things in your list don't come into play until AFTER the car actually cranks.

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