Question about 2000 Honda Odyssey
Engine diagram. of what? the FSM is full of them.
something fell off?
what, is it. post a photo, or link use to a posted site or cloud or photo bucket , photo.
does engine starter crank? fast and normal
are all fluids at proper levels, engine, and coolant?
did you check your antifreeze percentage with a gauge every fall?
the tools is $2 and takes 1minute every fall to do..... 50% ratio is good.
is childs play easy.. ask.
1: check all fuses in both fuse boxes.
2: check fluild levels. (engine oil, and coolant)
3: make sure antifreeze coolant is not pooling (puddle) below car???
4: now does engine crank? , fast, yes.
5: does it start , no.
6: does engine have spark at all cylinders. (a test)
ask for step 7 to 50,,, we have it. each test.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try removing spark plugs and turning engine over by hand with socket wrench on harmonic dampner if it spins freely probably not engine problem fluid in cylinders will cause hydro lock indicating blown head gasket or injector stuck wide open. a broken timing belt would still allow engine to turn over as your car should not have an interference engine. If engine will not turn by hand with spark plugs out susspect internal engine damage siezed bearings broken rod and so.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
SOURCE: 1993 honda accord fuel injection
In that case there are 3 possibilities:
1. the injectors don't deliver the fuel or are delivering in a too small quantity - the sensors on the airflow meter and/or the throttle block are malfunctioning; or the ECM is defective and doesn't even fire them - check all of that with a voltmeter.
2. the sparks don't occur when they should - distributor is misaligned, the advance is wrong.
3. the valves don't open when they should or at all - check the timing belt.
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
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