Question about 2001 Honda Passport
A common problem with a car battery is low voltage. As a battery ages it losses the ability to store electricity resulting in a insufficient flow of electrical energy to the starter. The starter is designed to operate on a high amperage 12 volt system, when a starter is subjected to low voltage or amperage (flow) it will cause the starter to engage and disengage rapidly producing the machine gun like sound. To fix this problem a battery inspection or replacement is needed.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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