2001 Honda Accord LX 4 cylinder won't start in the morning
My Accord is having intermittent start problems. It won't start in the mornings but then has started in the afternoon over the past 3 weeks. Within that time we have had typical Wisconsin summer weather - some warm days, some cool days, humidity, etc. I have not really seen a pattern of weather impacting the car. I did some research and have already changed out the main relay. The car started fine for a week, but then I went on vacation and didn't run the car for a week and it's back to having the issue again. I had a friend check the relay that I pulled out and he said it appeared to be fine. My car is usually kept outside. I parked it in the garage last night and it started just fine this morning. Could it have something to do with morning dew points being higher? I'm worried that a shop will just be guessing at what to do and might want to charge me to replace a bunch of parts that are not really the issue.
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