Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Have someone check the catalytic converter and muffler to be sure they are not partially plugged. If the icm is bad it is bad all the time not just once and awhile. Have you checked the idle air control and the throttle positioning switches. Have you put a scanner on the car and to see if any codes have been set. In regards to the cat and muffler if one or the other is plugging up it will put back pressure on the engine and not allow the fuel to enter the cylinder to fire.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Maybe the solution
There is a recall on the ignition switch,
My 99 Ody with 120K would suddenly switch off and come back while runing, Take it to dealer and report to Honda, Since out of warranty. The dealer would do the repairs estimated at $100 charge to you.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
You would be better off going to a Cadillac Dealership and paying the diagnostic fee. Spend $65 to find out what the real problem is rather than replacing parts until the car runs properly. This way you get it from a Cadillac Technician. Once you know what the problem is you can decide on where you want to have it service. Because you are paying for the diagnostics you shouldn't feel obligated to have it done at a Dealership. Please leave me good feedback if you feel this has helped.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
this is your ignition switch failing. Typical symtoms when stalling, speedometer and tach dropping to zero(while in motion), some warning lights not lit, power failure. The internal contacts are shorting due to poor design and engineering. This causes vital engine/vehicle electrical failure, causing the stalling(happens more often in hotter/humid weather). There is a recall in place for this in 2002, over 1.5Million vehicles from 97-02 Honda/Acura models affected. Owners were notified in 2002!! If your vehicle is part of this recall, honda may repair for free. Call your local honda dealer with your VIN# at hand, they will give info on this recall and may repair for free. Otherwise the switch cost about $45-$95. hopefully this helps...please rate...thanks
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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