2015 Honda Fit stalling and won't start. Dealer Tech claims the problem is spider webs. Can this be possible? Also tpld to pick up car from then dealer yesterday and it would not start.

Asked by Jul 22, 2015 at 07:37 AM about the 2015 Honda Fit EX-L

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car has been stalling when you slow down or stop now car won't start. Brand new 2015 Fit less than 5K in miles. Dealers Tech claims he check the diaganostic looked at the problem and spotted a spider web. Went to pick up the car and it would not start, still at the dealers.

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They will get it fixed, just give them some time. I am pretty sure spider webs do not conduct electricity. If I am indeed correct regarding the spider web and electricity I don't see how it could affect the vehicle and keep it from starting unless the web material got in between some contacts on a relay or something similar.


Hahaha yeah a spider web thats sounds good. Hopefully they get the car fixed soon. If not take it to another Honda dealer.

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