20 Most Recent 2006 Honda Accord 3.0 - Page 7 Questions & Answers

It sounds like the transmission is defective, it is slipping due to worn clutch packs.

Honda Accord... | Answered on Mar 15, 2017

Should have kept going-it's just screws or bolts, but some are almost hidden-like front of fender and rear along door opening. Take off fender lining and look some more.
I sort of know what you mean-can be hard to get to the door hinges. have you tried like a universal joint in your ratchet and socket?

Honda Accord... | Answered on Mar 13, 2017

The fact that you've had no ignition or dashboard lights when you've turned the ignition key is mainly pointing to :
  • A failed battery.
  • A discharging battery via a failed alternator (the rectifier can burn out, causing the battery to rapidly discharge).
  • A 'bad earth'
Start with the easiest thing first. You say that your car started with a boost - a jump start - which suggests that your non-starting problem may be due to the battery or the 'earth'. When you connect another battery to your own via cables, your car is using the other car as an 'earth'.

A quick check - if you have battery jump cables - Connect a jump cable to your battery negative terminal - the earth terminal (black cable) and connect the other end to any suitable metal point on the engine/bodywork of your car, and try and start the engine. If it starts, it's now telling you that the problem is that of a bad earth.

A 'bad earth' can be caused by corroded cables- check both battery cables for a greenish/blue corrosion and/or broken strands in the wire.

Bear in mind that if you disconnect your battery you may lose your radio code. But .. loosen and turn each battery terminal to clean it and fully retighten. Then check the battery earth lead - the black cable - where it attaches to the engine/bodywork. Loosen and clean the cable and attaching bolt. If a car has a 'bad earth' it can cause sluggish/non starting problems.

If you're quite happy that the battery terminals, cables and earthing point on the engine/bodywork are clean, tight and ok ... suspect the battery.

Don't rush off and buy a new battery. Get somebody to jump start your car and then drive to a workshop and ask them to check it out whilst the battery is in situ - they can also check the alternator output at the same time.

Honda Accord... | Answered on Mar 11, 2017

- Faulty Cylinder Position Sensor
- Cylinder Position Sensor harness is open or shorted
- Cylinder Position Sensor circuit poor electrical connection

try and replace the cylinder position sensor

Read more: http://helpforcars.net/obd_codes/p1381_honda.html#ixzz3ERL6WDd3

Honda Accord... | Answered on Feb 19, 2017

Check out the crankshaft and camshaft position sensors. Those are critical for the computer. They help determine when/which spark plug is fired and which/when the injectors squirts it's load. They tend to go bad when they get hot.

Honda Accord... | Answered on Jan 25, 2017

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