Question about 2001 Honda Passport
Look for the source of the clicking while someone turns the key on and off. It should be the starter solenoid. Obtain either a voltmeter or test light and check the terminal that the positive battery cable connects to--it should continue to show power during clicking. If not, check for any power indication from the battery negative post to the engine block (if any indication, check the negative battery cable and the frame-to-engine cable for damage or poor connection). If ok, check from the battery positive post to the starter solenoid terminal for any indication of power--if so, replace the positive cable. If power remains at the starter solenoid, move the test probe to the starter side of the solenoid, if no power during clicking, replace the solenoid. If you get power, check for power at the starter motor terminal. If ok, the starter is defective (probable brush defect) and should be repaired or replaced. Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
Its got a fulty starter,, or a very bad earth? my money is on the starter,, this is what you here clicking
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check your key remote if it is not programmed the alarm will go into the kill switch mode and will not allow you to start your engine Having the same trouble with one of my keys I haven't found a way to reprogram it without calling dealer and paying a chunk.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
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