Question about 1999 Honda CR-V
CHANGED THE BATTERY, SPARK PLUGS, CHECKED FUSES ALL SEEMS TO BE OK BUT STILL DOESNT STAY STARTED. ITS ALMOST LIKE THE ENGINE IS FLOODED BUT ITS NOY
Sounds like a security problem. most hondas have a chip in the key try another key. if your battery went dead that will make your security light come on when you try to start it will run for a few seconds then shut off look at the light indecater that shows a key or says secureity. this light will flash at you and continue as long as you got the key in the start posistion. the car may think its been stolen. using the correct not a spare that is used to unlock the doors.but the key you use every day put it into the door and turn it to lock twice then unlock twice this should reset your system
if you have a security system that is after market look under your dash board for a red or yellow wire that has a small reset button on it. above the pedals or on the left side of the floor board by the fuses. if you have this type turn the key to the on but not start hold the button for 5 seconds then let go. turn the key off wait 10 seconds then try to start your car K HAVE FUNNNNN
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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