Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
I already brought it to several mechanics but they can't identify the problem. One mechanic replaced the ignition coil saying it is the problem, but after replacing the part, it is still doing the same thing.
If your engine dies right away it could indicate a failure of the cam sensor or crankshaft sensor. This is just a guess. If you can get it to autozone and have them read the codes stored in your computer it will give you a good indication of the problem and they do it free.
Posted on Dec 09, 2014
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