My 2015 Honda Accord Sport wont start. No noise or lights when I insert key and try to turn it over. It does nothing. After a few attempts it starts like nothing was wron.

Asked by May 22, 2017 at 10:43 AM about the 2015 Honda Accord Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

4 Answers

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Check the connection of your battery / alternator first. Then crank sensor maybe failing or gas pump. Check fuses. Let us know

Battery and alternator have been checked and they are fine. A Honda dealer service center said unless the problem duplicates while they have the car then they won't know what it is. The problem doesn't show up as a code they can check. The issues new cars have these days are very frustrating. It's a guessing game that I don't have time and money for!!

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Did you check all fuses? Sometimes basic repair is the solution

I’m having the same problems. I know this is old. But I’m a single mom and can’t continue to put money into this car and it not being fixed. New battery and starter. 500 dollars now it says I need new atlernator another 400 dollars. Did you get your car fixed??

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