If you're sure you've got fuel and ignition, the only other issue would be timing...you have to have them in the same place at the same time. Try another key!!! Not sure when Honda started this, but as a safety precaution a seldom used key will become disabled and produce the symptoms you describe. I was told by the dealer, that this was to prevent a key from being lost then used by someone other than the owner. The wife and I now rotate the use of all 3 keys, so that none of them become disabled again. FYI, the dealer was nice enough to reset our key, since we were the original owners!
No a fire needs heat, fuel and OXYGEN. But if you took the fuel and oxygen with you ......
A car will never need fire to start. But it will always require fuel.
Fuel is one of three essential elements needed to start and maintain fire, you also must have oxygen and heat.
to start a fire you must have 3 things oxygen heat and fuel.
Charcoal is created from biomass by a flash fire at an elevated pressure in biomass. the fire spreads through the biomass, turning it into charcoal.
Hard start, no start, misfire, back fire, poor fuel economy, low power,Hard start, no start, misfire, back fire, poor fuel economy, low power,
It needs the fire triangle: Oxygen, heat and fuel
Heat Fuel Oxygen
The three things that are required to start and maintain fire are fuel,heat and oxygen.
Could be fuel pump or fuel pump relay.
An ignition source, fuel and oxygen
Does it have fuel/ compression?
You need oxygen, heat, and fuel.
Heat, fuel, and oxygen.
Turning off the gas tap removes the supply of gas to the Bunsen burner. A fire cannot burn without a fuel.
Three things necessary to start and maintain a fire are fuel, oxygen, and heat.
because it can start fire witch is hot.
They used flints, which they rubbed together to start fire
fuel pump.. go under the car and smack the gas tank with a rubber mallet while someone else is turning the key. if it starts to fire at all when hit then it is defiantly the fuel pump.
youve checked fuel, now you need to check for air and spark. the problem is likely going to be ingition related, ohm the coils and wires and make sure the plugs are still good.
an internal combustion engine requires fuel and fire to start. the fuel comes from gas tank, through pump, to injectors/carburator the fire or spark comes from battery, via distributor this is very simplistic overview on modern engines, the fire and fuel, are computer controlled
The three things to start a fire are : 1) Heat 2) Fuel ( e.g wood ) 3) Oxygen