The problem is that it starts after 3rd or 4th try but it will go and then all of a sudden it just shuts off and I have to wait again to start it again. I got caught in traffic the other day in the middle of rush hour. Could it be the fuel filter or fuel pump?? I changed out the spark plugs and added oil, starting with the easiest fix and the problem did not change ???????? any answers?
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couple of things to try first , is the trans fluid at correct level ? when was the fluid last replaced ? have the OBD codes read as may tell you what the problem is , if you done all this i'd go to a repar shop for advice
its kind of hard diagnosing this kind of problem like this but i could tell u what it might be. it could be your TPS sensor. shift solenoid or something wrong with the transmission valve body. i hope this helps i love those cars : )
ok first the srs light is on when there is a malfunctioning with the airbag system, need to get that check out, and about the transmission you should check the fluid to see if it is on level of if it needs a flush.
Here is how to do that..
1- open hood
2- by the driver's side on the engine there is a dip stick that says transmission fluid
3- check if it is in right level
if it is not recomend a transmission fluid flush and check transmission
94-97 accord have common issue on key ignition. Key ignition seems to corroded. Solution take it apart clean or best way is to replace it. I know because I have done it to 94 accord 4 cylinders, 95 accord 6 cylinders and 97 accord 4 cylinders.
You have a couple of choices on this Honda transmission... D and S modes. Consider the D as the normal Drive mode and the S for Sport mode. The difference between the two is that in "D", the transmission will shift through the gears all the way to 4th gear and at lower rpm shift points. In "S", the transmission will shift at higher rpm levels and will go no higher than 3rd gear and light S3 on the dash. Once the vehicle is in 3rd gear (S3) you can then press the S4 button and the transmission will go into 4th gear (when conditions dictate). I believe there is even an S4 indicator on the dash signifying the trans is in 4th gear
The last line looks like it is the key here though.
If the car thinks its in 4th gear when you are trying to start it, obviously it wouldn't start...you could probably hunt around and see if there is a sensor on the transmission stick that runs the "D" vs "S" mode