My Honda Accord 05 won't start. EverytHong sound normal and it's not the battery, oil or gas. What do you think it is?

Asked by Mar 19, 2017 at 10:20 PM about the 2005 Honda Accord LX V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I turned it on after sitting for only two hours, and it
turns on. We have tried the battery, which we already
knew it wasnt, but we tried it anyway. It has gas, and
oil. It was running fine before this. Most people are
saying it's a fuel filter, pump, or spark plugs. I'm just as
confused cause nothing else is wrong, and all electrical
things are working.

2 Answers

My tablet is auto correct. I mentioned to say it doesn't turn on.

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check the spark by removeing a wire and using a tester on it, it should light up if not check the timing , and if i'm correct it is a timing belt not a chain, in the vehicles with timing belts it will heat up when running and stretch just a little and if its an older belt when it cools it can snap. so pull the distributor cap and watch the rotor as someone cranks the engine and if it moves your golden if not check the timing belt

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