Do you have any wiring diagrams for this? It drove for a while like that until one day It just died while I was driving, started right back up and drove a couple more miles, then died again. I also went to other auto repair stores several times. This all started after having the factory recall battery management sensor replaced in late 2017. Let me know if you see anything they may have omitted. I read the Honda Accord forums and found many, many people with the same symptoms. In modern cars and trucks, the engine is activated by a remote key.
Last week it didn't start at all. Make sure the wires are connected and the relay works. I was surprised because generally a starter is supposed to be a long lasting part. It turns over but doesn't start I have to wait for the engine light to go off then it starts. At one point of trying to start my mph gaged was flicking, even after I release the start button.
And some of them said it's the starter's problem; others said it's alternator or battery's problem. We can jump start it and drive it around and sometimes the problem goes away for months at a time. I also checked online and a lot of other Accord owners also had similar issues and there was a class action lawsuit in this regard. Some days I could not start it after 20 or more attempts. I think it's located under the dash. Then with all the other things in place press on the clutch and see if the engine tries to die then.
They also did a system update. My friend, with an idential vehicle, also had her starter go out at 60k miles same issue. If there is no problem now then clean the grounding connections between the chassis and the battery. If the voltage is too low, the starter will not spin fast enough to properly engage the ring gear. The failure mileage was unknown. Sometimes a clicking sound might be heard when the key is turned.
I tested the key fob batteries and they had well over their advertised 3v. Now in September the car began taking 5 or 6 presses of the start button to start. Today I was driving home and the acceleration occur again. Since then I have had multiple issue with my car. Honda dealer did not cover it stating its past cars warranty. They reprogram a key and replace a recall sensor, so I was told. As I was about to get in my car again it would not start.
Your starter is very important part of your ignition system, without it, it's impossible to get your Honda Accord on. When it would not start, I would have to try it 3 to 5 times to get it to start. I've read some forums regarding similar issues to mine and all signs pointed to the Main Relay. This will only work for a few times. At least until the engine is running. The contact stated the starter malfunctioned and the vehicle stalled.
And when the weather becomes cold, the car cannot be started more frequently than warm days. Then randomly it will not start again. Fired right up and purred like a kitten:! Got back to my house and shut the car off. I had to disconnect battery and then turn off ignition to make it stop. We stock starter parts for most Honda models including , , , , , , , , , , , , , and. Perhaps there is a ground problem and when the clutch switch is closed it is allowing a voltage to backfeed through the starter cut relay coil.
Once it starts then bogs and dies I have no spark but fuel pump still kicks on. Car has power but is not starting. I arrived at that because those pins are the ones that go to the main relay and the testing diagrams instruct using A23 as the ground for all of them. He jumped it and drove around to the other side of the bay to check the battery and it happened again. Rmp stayed below 2000 even with my foot deep on the gas pedal.
In the rare occasions that your starter malfunctions, it will produce a few symptoms that will notify the driver that they need to be replaced. After a few attempts, the engine finally started. I went to the Honda dealer and they checked that there's nothing wrong. My local Honda dealership seems to think this is a starter issue, but this does not seem like a normal starter problem as it is very intermittent and makes not clicking sound. I did contact Honda and they are also saying car is out of warranty. I seriously think that Honda should take care of the problem and make a safety recall to fix the problem. I just bought one the other night put it in, and now it will not stay running at all and throws an ignition systems code when it dies, code 15.