Question about Honda Accord
If the battery , plugs and wires are gin good shape but you are still having hard starting problems, and you don't notice that the engine is weak while driving, there is probably an issue with your starter. If the starter motor is weak, it will not be cranking the engine enough to get it started right. The solenoid could not be transferring enough energy to the starter motor as well. Depending on the car, these could be two pieces of the same part, or it could be two separate parts -- a Haynes manual would help you determine whether it is one or two parts in your car .. or a mechanic could tell you. These are relatively inexpensive parts, and tend to be one of those parts that go after 10 or more years of use.
If you have noticed that your car has trouble when going up hills, or when carrying a full load of people, then you might have an issue with your fuel pump -- if it is weak, it will give you issues starting ... but it will also make your engine feel sluggish when driving (especially up hills or when carrying more weight than normal). This is not likely the problem if you are only having trouble starting the car, and don't notice any issues while driving.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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