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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hard starting in the morning
it sounds like 1 of two things either your starter relay is gone and you need a new one ,they arnt that expensive or its your hold in winding in the starter motor this is a bit more expensive but can be changed quite easily.
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
SOURCE: HARD STARTING
Hello and thank your for choosing fixya.com. As far as your car being hard to start in the morning, you may have a dying batter.Look on the battery for a date (which indicates the date of purchase) There should be a whole on the month, and day of purchase. If there isn't any, have the batter tested. You may need to replace it. Also, make sure that the battery terminals are clean and tight. Make sure that the wires on the starter are secure and as clean as possible as well. Check for frayed or damaged wiring. For the exhaust, it sound like you need to replace the donut in the manifold (exhaust). It's fairly simple to really so long as you can get to it. Disconnect the exhaught pipe from the manifold (should be 2-4) bolts (usually 3) and take out the old donut (if any of it's left) making sure there are nothing left of in the exhuast pipe. Put the new donut in, and bolt the pipe back to the manifold (see repair manual or parts dealer for torque specifications).
I hope this information deem useful in the repair of your Honda. I thank you for choosing fixya.com. Please let me know if you have any other questions or comments, or need further assistance.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
check to make sure the fuel pump,injectors and fuel pressure regulator don't have any internal leaks check the fuel pressure immediatlly after it is shut off and two hours later there should be at most a very slight difference
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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need to do a major tune up plugs and wires etc.Use some lucas fuel treatment along with a new fuel filter,change the air filter also
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks, it turned out to be the fuel filter."
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