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My car starts fine when engine is warm. I turn it off then try starting it again. then starts up and shuts back off. does it like 3 times in a row. then I wait a few minutes then it starts up when I push on the gas??

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Stalls, are complex
if the engine is good (compression at spec)
it this list.
1: lost electric power to EFI system or spark.
2: bad fuel.
3: bad spark.
4: bad fueling. (too much or too little.
5: EGR stuck open
6: ISC dead. or IAC dead. (idle air valves failing cold)

there are tests for each.
cold start failure only ! all else good, engine tuneup done?
1: ECT fibbing like oh'bummer. (signals water temps of alaska in Panama? "floods, and your right foot helps./..........
2: IAC (cold start fast idle air valve bad) same for right foot....
3: check engine light on running? is it?

ECT can cause gross over fueling.
the IAC dead will cause gross under AIR which in fact causes flooding (less air plus same fuel = flood)
bad fuel.


Posted on Nov 07, 2013

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SOURCE: Starting

you have a problem with your starter solenoid. the contacts are worn out and needs to be replaced.

it is at the side of the starter. it is where the big wire from the battery is connected.

i hope i answered ur question..

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drcool

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SOURCE: Reduced power below 4000 RPM

The main relay also controls the transmission and will cause an intermittent interruption of power and indicates its going bad. about a $60.00 replacement cost. the relay is located under left side of dash.

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SOURCE: car starts then shuts off

check the main relay under the dash might need to replace it

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SOURCE: 1998 Honda CRV stalls once it warms up then after

Also try the crv recall replacing the ignition mechanism where you insert the key. I have the same problem and was solved after reading about it in one blog.. it is free. It appears that it got shorted and will automatically kill the engine. after a while it will be cold again and you will be able to start the engine..

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