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Honda accord hybrid 2005 won't start in cold weather

60,000 miles, car won't turn over. usually starts after jumping it from another car for 15-20 minutes but the battery doesn't seem to be the problem, all inside lights and controls still work. this happened 2 days ago and we put water in the battery, not sure if that is what caused it to start or not. car makes weird clicking sound when trying to start, interior panels flicker. in the "on" position all controls are lighted, the flickering only happens when trying to turn the engine over. please help!!

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  • wnalpert Feb 06, 2009

    Hi - I have the same problem. It seems that when it goes below 10 fahrenheit ( I park outside) the car won't turn over at all. It won't even take a jump. I had it towed twice to Honda in the past 40 days and they haven't got a clue - they tell me it started right up for them. This time I will call their attention to the answer posted below. Thank you - I thought I was the only one with this problem.

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Sounds like a fuse for the DC-DC convertor to battery circut or the DC-DC convertor. Check the fuses under the hood but DO NOT attempt to fix the convertor yourself because there are LETHAL amouts of voltage in the hybrid drive system.

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