Crank about 3 seconds then turn off then crank again it’s getting worst after I changed the battery and alternator it is cold her about 32 at night and we let it get doww to 1/4 tank sometimes lowerHow long do you let it crank before you turn the key off for another try?
Do you live in a cold area of the country? Do you keep your fuel tank >3/4 full in winter?
In hindsight it would have been good if you had mentioned this important fact in your very first post.So it was the theft immobilizer as I was ready through this threads I read that if the green key light is blinking it will not start
My ignition went out so I replace the whole key ignition with that said I didn’t wanna spend the money on reprogramming the key so I duct taped the old key onto the chip reader so I guess over time it’s not reading it so I plan on getting back in there and just gonna spend the money to get my new key ignition chipped the right way
And I thought Honda was the problem lol van is a beast with 265,000 miles and still running strong
Your car is 14 years old and probably has well over 100k miles. When is the last time you changed the plugs? If never, I would do that first as it is due and easier than working on the fuel system.So I have a hard time starting my 2008 Honda odyssey touring edition. It’s not the battery or alternator. I think it has something to do with fuel pressure. Some times it starts fine other times I have to turn the key on then off 3-4 time sometimes more and then it will finally start, when it’s running I don’t seem to see any issues but idk, so could it be fuel pump, fuel regulator, throttle body, so many options I don’t know where to start and they are all expensive please help nerrow it down, thanks!!!