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Yeah you could of flooded the tank but it could be that or the two wires that go to your horn of the car could switched around also but to be safe about this i think you need to just get it checked at a car shop and see if there is nothing else that is wrong with the car and are you sure that the fuil pump is not out to but if so get that fixed and then try to start it ok
Posted on Feb 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi centi1999.First of all,from what you discribe,it will NOT be you fuel pump.Accually,the problem that you describe is very common.The security system has a problem.The pass-key sensor will most likelt be the problem.You have to replace the key cylinder lock because the sensor is not sold seperatly.Try this,try to start the car,after you turn the key all the way forward,let it go.the key will stay in the run possition as if the car had started.leave it there.It will take about 5 to 10 minutes for the security light stops flashing.Then turn the key back to the off position,remove the key,then try to start the car.This should reset the security system for a while.But,you will have to replace the pass-key sensor to fix the problem.Good luck.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
in fact my car has done this .pull out fuse cover .under the radio reach in and push the large black relay down lower dash lights will come on now turn the key.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
I would talk to who cleaned the injectors, I don't know if it something they did or not. It could be a stuck open injector. The exhaust would have a raw fuel odor if it was. What it sounds like is a blown headgasket, which can just happen. The exhaust would have a sweet smell to it. Usually starts as a small leak (between cyl. 2 & 3), the engine burns the coolant while driving which you don't see. Then the coolant level gradually drops to a point where the car overheats, which warps the head, causing a large leak. Now you see the coolant burning (white smoke).
Good luck Honda Al
Posted on May 12, 2009
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Find power wire coming from relay to pump when key switched on, & follow it back to pump. If you have power out of relay & nothing at pump, then I'd look for a break in wire to rear, or just run a new one. Double check your ground as well.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
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