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Your car could have a parasitic drain - maybe the trunk light isn't switching off...
Did you check the alternator charging rate to ensure it is still ok?

If there is nothing obvious such drains can take a deal of troubleshooting, especially with a fully computerised car. A wiring diagram will be needed.

Until you get it checked and fixed it is important the battery is kept fully charged as a semi-discharged battery soon becomes less than healthy.

Honda Cars &... | Answered on Jun 01, 2020


The cylinder head next to the firewall passenger side have the 1-2-3 cylinders while the head next to the front are 4-5-6

Honda Cars &... | Answered on May 29, 2020


If there are a lot of little clicks then it could be a bad battery or connection. Make sure the battery is good with clean and tight connections. If it is one solid click then it would be the starter. Have someone hold the key to the start position and hit the starter. Sometimes that will jar the starter enough to let it start.

Honda Odyssey... | Answered on May 26, 2020


Aftermarket replacement oil filters do arrive in a variety of sizes because aftermarket filters are rarely manufactured for specific applications but chosen from a catalogue containing filters of a wide variety of specifications.
I have been a repairer for many years and mostly aftermarket filters are good value and cause no problems, though there have been a few problems - on one occasion a filter actually fell off. Mostly the problem is with an internal valve that is sometimes fitted into genuine filters to help prevent drain back and replacement filters often don't have that valve and in some cases can result in a shortened engine life. Sometimes dealer parts are better.

Draining oil and refilling isn't a precise science - not all the oil can be removed by draining though a good deal more can be drained if the filter is removed first. A hot engine helps draining but that isn't always convenient or safe so if possible I leave the plug out of a slightly warm engine overnight.

In the old days of pre-CAT engines the general rule was to fill the oil pan (after running for a minute) to the maximum level on the dipstick. These days it is reckoned best to fill midway between the maximum and minimum marks...

Honda Cars &... | Answered on May 25, 2020


Open fuel filler door and check the locking pin is visible on the one side. Spray it with wd40 or oil to make sure it is not stuck. Also try pushing and pulling the release lever in the car until it is visible. If still not visible there is an issue with the release mechanism. If not check the locking tongue on the door that it is not damaged bent and the hole is not blocked. If missing door needs to be replaced.

Honda Cars &... | Answered on May 24, 2020


Owners handbook for the Japanese Import model T31. Brand new item. This 205 page handbook has been translated from the original Japanese handbook into English and is very professional with full illustrations.

https://mcdvoice.me/

Honda Cars &... | Answered on May 23, 2020


To reset the tire pressure monitoring system AKA TPMS, take the following steps:
1. Put your vehicle in park on a level surface
2. Turn the ignition to ON
3. Press and hold the TPMS button until the TPMS light blinks twice-the collaboration will begin
4. It would take about 30 minutes of driving at speeds of 50 to 100 KMH for the calibration to finish
5. Once, done, the light will go away

2009 Honda... | Answered on May 21, 2020


The firing order for the 2008 Honda Odyssey cylinder is 1, 4, 2, 5, 3, 6-it gets done in pairs
• 1-4
• 2-5
• 3-6

2001 Honda... | Answered on May 20, 2020


The ignition wire firing order for the 2001 Honda CRV 2.0 Ltr is 1-3-4-2, the cylinders in order are 4, 3, 2, 1, and the distributor fires at 1 to 3 for the back and 2 to 4 for the front. Also, everything rotates clockwise.

2000 Honda CR-V | Answered on May 20, 2020


Remove the inner panel and operate the handle and lock directly from inside the door!

Honda Cars &... | Answered on May 19, 2020


Chec oil level n condition..also ajust clutch. Shifting forks in trans cud b stuck. Buy a clymer or haynes repairbook...read safety first

Honda Cars &... | Answered on May 18, 2020


Certainly you can - as a temporary measure until a proper repair can be made.
It is important the original circuit is restored as soon as possible as the fuel pump relay or control would usually monitor the current drawn by the fuel pump, shutting it down if the current suddenly reduces - as that would indicate a burst pipe or other large fuel leak...

Fuel pump supply is often controlled by the immobiliser.

Honda Cars &... | Answered on May 18, 2020


The B14 on your Honda Civic 2006 can be fixed by following these steps:
1. Replace engine oil or if need be, replace engine oil as well as the oil filter
2. Rotate the tires and check that they have the recommended pressure
3. Replace the air cleaner element, and the dust and pollen filter, also inspect if the drive belt is in perfect condition
4. Replace the transmission fluid
5. Replace the timeing belt if damaged and the spark plugs, also adjust the valves and inspect the water pump
6. Replace the coolant
7. Replace the differential fluid
Ideally, you should check the error status after each step, and stop when it goes away. However, you should ensure that all parts and fluids are as per requirement.

2007 Honda Pilot | Answered on May 17, 2020

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