Honda Accord EGR Testing With HDS With Parasitic Battery Tests and Generator AC Ripple

A rough running 2006 Honda Accord hard to start didn’t mean the battery or starter had a defect; rather, the engine speed took a short while to climb to normal.

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Monitoring the Problem

Monitoring the Problem

Every so often we run into the problem of not having a problem to solve. What do we do when we have a vehicle that is not setting codes, but it is also not running OBD II monitors. They need to run so the car can pass our state inspection program. Well, this Honda gave us plenty not to solve, so how did we do it?

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Antitheft Gone Wild

Antitheft Gone Wild

I received a distress call from a body shop for a complaint of a no-start on a 2006 Honda Civic. The shop had just finished working on the vehicle and decided to detail the car for the owner as a courtesy. The car was running prior to the battery going dead and now the shop was married to a no-start condition.

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Vida: Online with Scandinavia

Vida: Online with Scandinavia

Volvo complies with NASTF regulations regarding online reprogramming and the release of service information. After a few IT classes and several hours in front of a computer, you may actually be able log onto the website. Maybe we can help.

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