the lights flicker in my 99 honda passport

Asked by Sep 04, 2010 at 12:05 AM about the 1999 Honda Passport 4 Dr EX SUV

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the lights flicker in the car when i start it. Has anyone had the same problem and how can i fix it?

3 Answers

425

I believe that all cars do this. Its just the sheer amount of power being used to start your car up. Especially on older cars, like my 97 Trans Am. If it really bothered you, buy a bigger battery, but there is nothing wrong with your car.

4,625

which lights are you talking about? i have to agree with the previous response it happens to every car... even newer cars. maybe its me, but i dont like to have different accesories on when im starting my car. like the previous person wrote it does take a lot to start a car and i believe the less i have on while starting the less stress on my battery. but thats just me

160

Run you a ground wire fromthe motor to the fender or frame and that will fix the problem.

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