Why does my Honda city 2011 have starting problem?
By: Ahmed on 5 september 2017
There may be many potential causes for a car starting problem and the exact cause can’t be determined without checking the car. The most common causes of starting problem in car are:
• Clogged Fuel Filter - Your car may not be getting fuel because the fuel filter is completely clogged. Check the fuel filter for any signs of blockage and replace it if required.
• Bad or loose Spark Plug - The electrical spark isn’t getting through to the spark plugs. Check your spark plugs for signs of damage and replace it if required.
• Bad ignition switch - If you know your battery is working properly, but your car doesn’t turn over on the first few tries, you might have a problem with the ignition switch.
• Dead battery or very weak battery - Check the age of battery and if it is pass its lifespan (ex. 60months, 72months, etc.), then replace the battery instead of wasting money on recharging or diagnostics since that may be the only cause of the starting problem.
I advise you to take your car to your local Honda service center or to some skilled mechanic for proper diagnosis & solution.