when i first try to start my honda accord it cranks for a few seconds then acts like the battery drained, wait 5 seconds and it will crank like the battery recharged it's self???? some times it will

Asked by May 27, 2018 at 07:58 PM about the 2003 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

some times my car will crank for a few seconds and acts like the battery is
dead,i wait 5 seconds or so and try it again and it will have good craning power.
i don't think it is the battery because it keeps coming back with power. this does
not happen every time,but i don't trust to shut it off when  i go places with it

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I am having the same issue out of my 08' Accord. Did u ever find out what was causing this?

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