Slowly cranks

Asked by Jan 07, 2017 at 01:21 AM about the 1996 Honda Accord LX Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 96 accord lx 5 speed f22b2 I
changed my head gasket and now my car
turns over slowly and wont start almost like
the battery is dead iv tryed diff batterys
same out come it gets fuel and power to the
dizzy every one says ecu and ecu relay iv
tooken out the ecu and looked at it didn't see
anything noticeable

4 Answers

98,445

Recheck your work this could be a faulty ground or just bad battery cables, you may want to run a voltage drop test on them.

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73,055

Thought I'd get an early start, you are already hear, early bird!

98,445

Yep pain meds time, so now I have to wait for them to kick in. Hope you have better luck on the site than I have been having, keeps getting an error occurred pop up. Anyway Good Morning.

73,055

So far so good, no errors happening on my end, Good Morning to you also.

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