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Yes and it is very durable..

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Why won't it start?


Can be dirty or poorly connected battery terminals...lights etc can still work...but the starter requires good clean connections to crank (Draws more power) Also, the battery can have a bad cell causing the same symptom...have battery tested too...if not, the starter is bad. Hope this helps.

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Spark plugs


If the lights won't even come on, the spark plugs are not the cause of that problem.

Make sure the battery cables at the opposite ends from the battery are connected tight and corrosion free.
Check that all the fuses are good.
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2001 honda odyssey radio won't play, wants a code


The code number is different for all Hondas. There should be a credit card sized piece of plastic with the owner's manual with the number on it. If not, have your Honda dealer contact HONDA with the vehicle identification number (vin) to get the code. Write it down and keep it safe. You'll need it each time the battery is disconnected or you lose power for some reason. It's the anti-theft component of the sound system. Some dealers record the number where you can find it, such as inside the glove box, or inside the trunk overhead. It's a 5 digit number. Good luck!

Dec 14, 2011 | 2001 Honda Odyssey

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If I replace my own battery in a 2006 Honda Accord. Is there any programming that gets lost and needs to be redone?


Get a memory saver from walmart for a few dollars or so. It plugs into the cigarette lighter and will prevent memory loss from changing the battery which will otherwise erase the radio codes and render the radio disabled for anti-theft reasons.

If your battery does die, and goes below a certain voltage, then go to the honda.com website and look under the 'owner's' section and follow the procedure for entering the radio code after you have supplied the website with the information from the owner of the vehicle.

Good luck on changing your battery without losing electronic device memory.

Jan 08, 2011 | 2006 Honda Accord

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I have a 2000 honda odyssey van it starts great in the summer but in the winter when it is cold it will not start it will run down the battery and it will act like it is about to start but doesnt it...


You might want to have someone do a cranking test on your car.
There's alot of reason why, but this might be the cause:
1.Sometime the battery will test good, but it's not alway good. A easy to test, when your
car is cranking slow. Have other car jump yours or use a jumper pack to jump you car. If yor car crank nomal and fire up. You got a bad battery.
2.check your connector at the starter. loose or rusted connector will cause that.
3. you might have a bad starter that is starting to fail.

I don't think your alternator will be causing your problem because in alot of case that the alternator has fail, the battery light will come on.

good luck and hope this info help you in your quest.

Dec 17, 2010 | 2000 Honda Odyssey

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97 honda civic Speedometer bouncing lights dimming fuse ok


hey ! guyz i dnt knw for sum reason my dash board lights are not working, i have checkd the fuse and the bulbs buh they are perfect can ny1 tell me whatz wrong wiv ma 1998 honda civic dashboard lights.

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Gave battery a good charge and a good run out. Will see if this works for any length of time.

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Check your alternator belt tension, if its ok, all connections behind alternator are good.

If the problem is still there, a new, or reconditioned alternator, seems the only answer !

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Driving and the car shuts off automatically


Hondas have problem with ignitor in distributor that overheats and shuts off spark momentarily. then car will restart and shut off some time later.

Wouldn't hurt to change wires anyway if old, especially if new plugs were installed. Get the most out of gas mileage that way!!!!!!!!

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