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The problem is with the connection. You have either not tightened the strap enough, there is something there keeping the electricity from flowing (corrosion), or both. Take both straps off of the battery and ensure they are completely clean. You can do this by using a small brush and water to clean the crud off. Replace the straps on the battery (assuming ...


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Relays are little micro-switches with electromagnetic actuators that make the mechanical action of switching. This electromagnet needs a continuous solid ground connection to work consistently. The ground leg on the relay relies on its pole connector to make complete connection to the ground circuit of the relay/fuse board that holds all these plugged in ...


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I cannot tell you exactly which one it is, but the car itself will tell you (if it exists). Here is what the under hood fuse box looks like: It is located on the driver's side of the car right next to the strut tower. You can see on the inside of the lid of the fuse box that there is a diagram which tells you what is for what. The relays are the black ...


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Ok, what you have is a bad o-ring on the suction side of the pump. This allows the pump to suck air when the engine is on. Honda has a updated o-ring for about $1.00 this is easy to change and will keep the reservoir from foaming up and spewing p/s fluid out from the cap.


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This sounds to me like deceleration fuel cutoff, which is a design feature. I'm having trouble finding a good link to describe it right now, but the idea is that when you take your foot off the gas pedal, the fuel supply to the engine is cut off completely. You may feel a slight jerk since the engine goes from supplying a small amount of acceleration to ...


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There is a huge pile of information about tire sizing around the internet. I'll attempt to summarize its application here. Tires have 3 numbers, which work together to describe the tire's size. The first number is the section width, the second number is the sidewall ratio and the third number is the rim diameter. Section Width The section width is the ...


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Most donut spares are a smaller diameter than the original tire. If the vehicle has a donut spare this is smaller in diameter then I wouldn't consider it to be a metric of consideration. My recommendation would be to retain that diameter. I think the only relevant piece to this is, if you have a greater width of tire, will it fit in the compartment in ...


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tl; dr You can run it, but there is a cost. You'd need to double check to ensure the rotations per mile (RPM) are almost/nearly the same (if not exactly). If it's off by more than a few percentage, you are going to have a problem with your anti-lock brakes (ABS) throwing codes on you. If you run a mis-matched donut on the front, you will have issues with ...


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I have exactly the same issues. I have been struggling with it over a year. Since I am not the one usually using he car, it has taken a while to get this far and it is increasing the frequency of ocurrence. Just moments ago I found these links helpful and will try them next week. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8UulxbmJJA ...



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