Question about 1991 Honda Accord
This scenario started awhile ago and then "went away". Sometimes it will start
and be normal. Then, after shutdown, will just crank with no start.
The battery cables do look like they should be replaced ... they look "worn". Could that be causing a bad connection?
Should I try jump starting it?
I haven't had any transmission work done or anything else.
Is the vehicle at running temperature when this happens-it may well be worth a look to see if you still have fuel "wetting" the carby-im not sure onthis model -basic checks should be undertaken to eliminate systems-1 check for spark at plugs while cranking and check if fuel getting to manifold and work from there
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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