Question about 1991 Honda Accord
We purchased this car a few months ago for our son. We were making him wait until he got his drivers license before he actually drove it. He has his driver license and now we can not get it to start. My husband checked the battery and said it wasn't that. He talked to a mechanic and he said to find out if the car may have a automatic theft system?
If the battery was dead for more that 36 hours, or if you had the battery out of the car for more than 36 hours, you will have to have it towed to a dealer and have the ECU anti-theaft system reset. It may be less than 36 hours. Maybe it's 12 hours. Something like that. Call the dealer and ask about it. They'll be gald to fill you in.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
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