might be something with starter/solenoid assembly or the crank wire circuit coming from the ignition switch.
could be fuel pump, bad fuel filter, or ignition module.
won't start and d in cluster blinks... what can i do to fix it?
Bad starter or weak battery.
The ignition switch in my wife's 98 accord went bad a few month ago. The car would randomly shut off while driving, then it wouldn't start back up for another 15 mins or so. It would crank, but not start. It's an automatic. To diagnose that the ignition switch was bad, I had the car in gear (D), turned the key to the "start" position. The car is not going to start until I put it into neutral or park. Then I'd slip the leaver into neutral, the motor would crank and start up, then I'd slip the leaver back into Drive (so the starter motor would stop).
With the ignition key off, press and hold the odometer reset button, and turn the ignition on and do not start the car. In about 2 seconds the light will reset.
ignition swithc could be broken, I suggest you have it looked at to be sure
Does it it start sometime and not others? Does it click when you turn the ignition to start but doesnt start? Then its probably bad. Make sure your battery is fully charged first.
A 2001 Honda Accord V6 may not start when the battery is bad, there is no fuel, or the ignition system is defective. A bad starter will also prevent the engine from turning over during starting.
Ignition module, ECM, ignition coil are all resonable suspects. Ignition module, ECM, ignition coil are all resonable suspects.
Should be correct
I have to jump start my Pontiac Bonneville 1988 everyday I drive it why is that.
out key in the ignition ... start engine then drive to your mechanic's repar shop
ignition module, timing belt. plugs .distributor and wires fuel problem---pump. wrong key. no gas left.
With the ignition switch off, press and hold the odometer reset button in, then turn the ignition switch to the on position but do not start the engine. After around 5 seconds the maintenance required light will go out.
With the ignition key off, push and hold the odometer reset button. Now turn the ignition to the on position but do not start the engine. After about 5 seconds the Maintenance Required light will reset.
sounds to me that the PGMI relay is going out. Changing the relay will only cost you money...I had the same problem on my 1998 Honda accord lx...I changed the relay and that wasn't it...It's the ignition unit that the ignition key turns and starts the car..it cost me $60.00
speed control sensor is bad
I had a similar problem on a Ford truck and it turned out to be the ignition switch. The truck would start just fine but when I released the ignition key the truck would die. I replaced the switch and problem was gone.
If the Honda Accord runs but dies after it's initial start-up it can be several issues. The ignition switch can cause the issues as well as a bad vacuum leak. To find the problem an engine diagnostic is recommended.
you will need to get it checked ASAP, jut in case it really does start and drive away by itself
the starter might not be engaging properly. it might need to be replaced. My 92 Accord drive me bananas with this problem - turns out it was the ignition coil. The 1992 models had a recall for a bad distributor also, check for excessive distributor shaft play. Mine would not start in cold weather or wet weather, at other times it was fine. Good Luck. .-=gp=-.
Is there a question in all this rambling?
You don't. The ignition is required to start the car. If it fails you need a new ignition switch.