Will not start, has a bad sound to it when it does start, cleaned off battery and it's outlets, made it better for connecting,still no turn over, looking under this hood for the amount of miles135k for a 1992......horrible ...wondering if it was a roll over...meaning did they mess with the milage.......
Not sure if I want to sink $$$ into this vehicle or try and trade in for something else.....or junk it
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Hi, First check your battery connections (clean and tight) Second check battery for 12.5 VDC Use volt meter for this. Check and load test battery. If battery fails this test replace battery. Check fuses and relays. replace if necessary (bad) Hope that helps.
If you can not perform these test yourself. Take it to a mechanic.
If it's stuck closed, you will feel no ill effects. If it's stuck open, the car will not idle right and be hard to start. If you're getting an egr trouble code from your accord, test the egr valve to make sure it's working; use your finger to push up on the egr valve diaphragm, while the car is idling....car should shake and shut off if the egr valve is good. The one vacuum solenoid that feeds the egr valve, on that generation accord, is known to go bad and cause the egr trouble code. Check that solenoid if the egr valve tests ok.
Sounds like you could have a bad distributor. I had an Accord and experienced the same thing. It got to the point where it would not want to start and since I had another car, I sold it to my neighbor for a hundred bucks. He dropped a distributor in it and it ran just fine.
correct, may be a bad starter, start there. test for power at small wire at rear of starter if theres power when key is held in crank position then replace the starter also make sure battery connectoins are clean and thight, good luck hope this helps.
d4 is flashing as a trouble code for the automatic transmission... i would say without research that it is a code for a transmission solenoid. maybe while washing the car some water got in and caused a short...these solenoids are usually weatherproof....you could try disconnscting the battery for 30 secs..to clear the trouble code and then start the car. remember you may lose your preset info!