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Bring it in to your local auto parts store, and have them scan the cars computer. most car parts stores do this for free.
Posted on May 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would first try the pulleys by either spraying some lubrication on one and if the squealing stop I would replace that pulley if not try lubricating the other pulley. You can also use a stethoscope to listen and pinpoint which pulley it is. This is a common problem with the cabs I work on.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
Unbolt and clean your battery terminals if dirty or corroded, preferably replace the bolts (good auto parts stores stock them, and they take some effort to remove and replace them but it's necessary to properly clean the terminals anyway) charge, jump or replace battery ... connect battery terminals and don't over tighten ... start the truck, check charging system gauges confirm charging voltage over 12V 13.8V-14.5V and lights should be bright as normal ... if so, you may be fixed ... if not you have charging system issues, that will be the next post if needed.
Posted on May 12, 2009
IT sounds like the whining can be comming from gears that are not being well lubricated, especially when the sound increases as the car warms up.
You will need to check the fluid level for your transmission. Make sure it is adequate for this model (you may need to reference the owner's manual).
I'm not sure if this van has a differential in a place where you can check it. Bad news, you may need to visit a Honda dealer. Try to get them to diagnose the problem, then tell them you don't want it fixed. Most shops will diagnose for free, some will charge you the labor time for a minimum of 1 hour.
sorry not better news...
Posted on May 21, 2009
hello gwolfson...from your explanation it sounds like the starter motor is turning but the bendix is not engaged. This happens over time and is caused by normal wear. A click or clicking noise would point to the starter solenoid. Don't wait until you hear a grinding noise to replace it, thats hard on the ring gear and flywheel. A NEW starter is recommended if you plan on keeping the car. If not, you can go with a rebuilt starter for around 65 dollars. Of course make sure the battery terminals are clean and secure as well as the solenoid terminals.
Good luck...i hope this helps and will fixya up.
Posted on May 29, 2009
When your turn signal goes out it tends to blink VERY rapidly before burning out, It's a nice way to let you know before hand that you need to replace the bulb soon.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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