Question about 1995 Honda Accord
My son has a 1995 Honda Accord that works just fine at times. Then all of a sudden (while he is driving) it completely dies and won't start. Normally after waiting about ten minutes the car starts and runs just fine. The only consistency is we have noticed that perhaps rain.
Our mechanic (who is a generalist, not Honda specialist) is baffled. He cannot duplicate the problem.
Do you have any suggestions?
This could be a few things when the car WONT start open the air filter chamber and get a helping hand , remove the air filter and spray some startingfluid into the tube going to the engine, have the helping hand turn the key over if the car will run then its a fuel problem, it could be a bad pump clogged system, bad spark plugs, or a slipping timing belt.... Try this first everytime you get in the car before starting it, turn everything off (fans,ac,lights,radio,radar detector,) sit down and turn the key to the run position (NOT THE START) wait 10 seconds and then turn the key if it starts then it could be a bad fuel pump..... YOu should be able to hear a slight Humming noise coming from the gas tank ... do this and let me know the results my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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