Question about 2008 Honda Accord
First the car would not turn off I would have turn the key to the off position take the key out but the car remain on so I remove the IG coil from the fuse box in the engine to cut the car off which it did and then took off the negative battery cable now when I put the fuse back in and the cable on the car wont start the immobilizer indicator light is blinking what to do
Hi im sure u have a remote starter installed u r issues are coming from there the relays are stuck in the module thats why its running with the key out and they have transponder by bass boxes which cut the factory transponders off when remote starting that should be why u r key is flashing i would remove the main module of the remote start should solve the problem danny
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have a pretty good handle on the situation, but you need some help. The battery light gets it signal directly from the voltage regulator on the Alternator. The fact that it is turning on and off is indicative of a problem with the alternator and not the battery. However this is what I would do. First I would get me a little jumper test lead and hook it to the output lead of the Alternator, and check voltage between the Positive battery terminal and Alternator output lead with the engine running at high idle ( 1200rpm). This reading should be less than 0.5 Volts, any higher and you have a wiring problem in your charging circuit. Then take the a resding between the Alternator and Negitive battery post. This should be 13.5 to 14.8, if not you have a bad voltage regulator and you need a new alternator. If all this checks out then check voltage between the Alternator housing and the Negitive battery post, again the reading should be less than 0.5 volts. If higher check all your ground connections between alternator and engine and engine to ground. But since you aren't complaninig about hard starting I would guess this isn't the problem. I'm hearing Alternator. Your local autoparts store can do a load check to conferm this. Good Luck, and don't forget to vote
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
sounds like the main pgm fi relay if happens again when you go to start firstly switch ignition on and listen to see if fuel pump runs for a few seconds and stops
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
SOURCE: Drive D light is blinking.
u need to have the codes retrieved and take it from there, there are specific codes that need to be troubleshooted in order to diagnose it correctly...
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
SOURCE: ENGINE TUNS OF BUT WONT START
try checking the trans fluid level if its not that check connection on trans control module located under carpet on passenger side floor behind a panel same location as engine control module
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
The computer detected a fault. You SHOULD NOT drive it around with that blinking, or you will regret it. Take it to the dealership immediately and have them pull the code.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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