I have a 2004 Honda that I believe the starter is going out - relay switch, or the solenoids, whatever. I do not know how old the plugs, wires etc are. Most times it just starts fine i. I have been doing some research and am getting conflicting reports as to what this job entails. Shop online, find the best price on the right product, and have it shipped right to your door.
A lot of times the first guess is wrong so the customer gets stuck again and is not happy, so then the yelling starts. I missed the fact that the problem had already been solved. I wish they would recall them. Please or to join the conversation. The car has a intermitten problem.
I haven't dug into it myself yet and with the last video of Eric changing the intake on that Nissan I am to be honest a little timid to try. But its not upfront, its in the tank thank you Honda. Even in the harshest conditions, Carquest starters get your engine going. Problem is of course that all shops want to hold the car, try and start it and see if the problem comes up. To promote their longevity, each comes backed by a limited lifetime warranty. Rrrrr…rrrrr…rrrrrrr… Or something like that. Do you have a check engine light on? Or just a worn out starter? I have hit or miss success with Advance re-manufactured starters and alternators.
Do you have a check engine light on? Any suggestions about how to make the diagnosis? The other day it took 20 minutes to start. The most common places are the battery cable connections. Thanks shadetree Please or to join the conversation. You will have to drop the tank to change it. Occasionally, and becoming more frequent, it turns over but is struggling to ignite i.
The alternator does still need to be checked though. They often sit around a long time before ending up in a car. Because in the listed procedure you list removing the evap hose. I think At the risk of sounding male chauvinist I think I will postpone this job until I hear it myself. I know it seems like a lot but its really not bad. Then you have to use that same machine to recharge the system to a very specific pressure. I have even taken it to the Honda dealer and they could not find the problem.
Why are we jumping to the conclusion that it is a knock sensor? These same exacting criteria are also applied in the manufacturing of all Bosch aftermarket alternators and starters. Overall the repair wasn't that bad. If the starter spins but the motor does not, the bendix may not be engaging fully. New ac systems require a very specific charge. Resume: replacing your starter should alleviate the problem. All the interior electricals work fine radio, dashboard lights, etc. So just remember where each connection is and you'll be just fine.
That's why they are preferred by more professional installers. Any and all relays are downstream from the ignition switch. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not JerryRigEverything. Fuel pump, old plugs and wires, … the list could get long. Please or to join the conversation. Is that what is happening? There is no relay in the ignition switch.
They should be inspected for signs of corrosion - both the positive and negative. Just guessing mcparadise is correct my first suspect would be a the ignition itself. Please note: This starter is built by one of two world-class vendors. I would put it on a charger. There are 81,000 miles on the car. I hope this might help.