Question about 2007 Honda Fit Sport Hatchback
My battery went dead, so I jump started my car. Now the security system wont work, radio wont turn on, no door chimes, no dome light, no headlight dummy alarm. I've checked fuses and couldn't find a burnt fuse. I'm thinking a security system relay or something to that sort. What you think?
Have ya checked the Hvac Head controller
that can control a lot of the same issues and i Hope at all times when ya jump start a car from another ya alway put the - on your car to a body panel not the battery in case the other car has issues with its charging and such... so to protect any surge to yours
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First make sure the shift lever is properly in the park position. Hondas tend to have little problem in that area after a few years.
Second make sure battery terminals are clean and secure. Next you should try jumping the battery. A low battery may produce enough electricity to run the radio, lights, chimes etc but not enough to crank engine.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
Check the manual for the location in the underhood fuse box of the 80A battery fuse. None of your car's OEM parts will work with this pulled or blown.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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