honda 2013 accord sometimes won't start!

Asked by Jan 16, 2017 at 11:47 PM about the 2013 Honda Accord LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Sometimes it just makes one click sound and when I turn the wheel,
sometimes it starts sometimes it doesn't.
The battery isn't even a year old and has already been replaced.

Same car chooses when I will have air conditioning  or not...
sometimes it has no air and others after I turn it off for a while, magically turns
back on!

I am very frustrated! I have been driving hondas for 30ys with no problem

3 Answers

95,825

If you have to play around with the steering to get it to start then it is either a bad ignition lock or a wiring problem in the steering column.

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95,825

Is your car still under warranty ?

Could be the blower motor for the air. Get a rubber mallet and give it a whack under the dash board. I used to carry a mallet and periodically hit it when the impeller would slip and hang up. Replacing it costs bucks.

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