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Car dies for no reason

170,000 miles, timing belt was replaced at 120,000 miles.

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  • Keith Hull
    Keith Hull Apr 19, 2014

    we will be driving along and the car just dies, after a few minutes of not starting it will start back up and run fine, the gear indicator (D4) will fade when giving it gas and then fade when letting off on the peddle. 170,000 miles, timing belt was replaced at 120,000 miles.

  • john koay Apr 20, 2014

    This sounds like an electrical problem. Have a electrician to check your alternator to see its charging properly and and the output voltage to your distributor and spark plugs

  • Allan Brown Apr 20, 2014

    fuel pump or pump relay.Injector cleaner

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There are a lot of reasons this can happen.Not much detail to work with. Does it start right up after it quits and run fine for a while? Is the problem random and intermittent? If so a good electrician is needed. There is a "crash switch" on most if not all modern vehicles that shuts off the fuel pump in a crash.These switches sometimes malfunction and cause random shutdowns. If you are a mechanic you will know how to troubleshoot these issues. If you are not there is not enough space here to tell you what to do. The timing belt will not cause random failures. If it jumps time it is permanent and sometimes catastrophic. Replace timing belts per the manufacturers recommendations or if you are qualified and it is accessible inspect periodically and replace as required.

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I would check the fuel pump for proper pressure

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SOURCE: 1999 honda accord time belt replacement after 135K miles

you know what happens if you don't.  Inspect the old one for hairline cracks and stretch and you decide.  I would also replace the drive belts and the water pump when I was in there?

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