Having problems with your 2003 Honda Accord ?

The starter was replace in my 2004 honda accord now when starting it putts and jerks

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 11-12-2017

Answers :

If the fuel pump is clogged the car jerks while driving as the pressure of fuel is not sufficient so the car jerks.get the fuel pressure checked to confirm the fault.also recheck the starter connections at the battery.also if the battery is not charged properly the car jerks .
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\015\012When a car jerks or vibrates that usualy means that the air preassure in AT LAEST one of the tires is to low. Fill up air in your tires.If that still does not solve the porblem and your car jerks and drifs then you should get your wheels alligned. They are not perpendicular to the road (or flat). That also speeds up tire ware.If your car vibrates at high speeds you should get your wheels balanced. Your wheel gets rotated in a machine, and then tiny weights are added to the wheel to eliminate any heavy spots on the wheel. also Its possible the either your Start Relay is stuck or that the Starter Solenoid is stuck...Bad ignition switch or starter solenoid it needs to be checked.also you can get the car checked at car diagnosis center to get the codes on as per that you can locate the faulty part out of that.at www.autozone.com its free to get car diagnosed.\015\012\015\012This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya.
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