Question about 2006 Honda Accord
The same exact thing happened to me. I drove my 2006 accord to an errand, got out for a few minutes and when I got back in.... nothing. I tried again and all the lights were flashing and flickering. I got it jumped and drove home, but wasn't able to get it started again. I got it jumped to head to the auto parts store and it died as I drove down my street. Is it the battery? a bad connection? I heard the auto mirror adjuster can run down the battery if it isn't in the center. Any truth to that?
Sound like dead battery.have it charged and tested.if all is good check alternator.your battery suppose to be 12.5 volts.and alternator out put is 13.5 to 14.5 volts.while car is running.if not have it tested to make sure.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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