Electrical

Asked by Jan 18, 2017 at 12:24 AM about the 2006 Honda Civic Coupe EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I have a 2006 Honda civic coupe. I just replaced
the breaks, battery and starter. Sometimes it starts
fine but other times I have to turn the key and hit
my dashboard to get it to start? Only reason I
found it out was cause I was angry it wouldnt start
so I hit the dash. Also I keep having to put the code
in for my radio to work, and when I put my
highbeams on all electric goes out for a sec, car
stalls and then comes back on as if I just started
my car. And when I use my defroster my radio shits
off. Any ideas of the problem?

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Well, I have very similar problems with my 2006 Honda Civic Coupe EX 18 let! I was hoping to see some sort of resolution in trouble shooting this issue but I see that no one has replied. I bought the car used with 208K miles but it ran/runs great other than these electrical glitches here and there. The break lights work, then don't work, one will work, then the other will wor, dash lights go out, finally fed up and had a stereo installed at our local California Customs store here in Dayton OH. The interior light hasn't worked in months and all the sudden it works? I would appreciate it if you find a resolution to email me! Thx in advance. 1Kristamiller@gmail.com

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