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Old 04 Jul 2007, 01:16 pm
vern@vernmartin.com
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Default Accord Stalls when I let go of the key

1993 Accord SE

Symptom 1: when I turn the key to normal first position the normal
indicators do not light.
Symptom 2: turning the key to start the engine the indicator lights
come on and the engine starts. As soon as I let go of the key to let
it run, the lights go off and the car stalls.

Keeping it running: if I keep the tension on the key somewhere short
of turning the starter again, I can keep the engine running.

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Old 04 Jul 2007, 01:25 pm
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Default Re: Accord Stalls when I let go of the key

<vern@vernmartin.com> wrote in message
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> 1993 Accord SE
>
> Symptom 1: when I turn the key to normal first position the normal
> indicators do not light.
> Symptom 2: turning the key to start the engine the indicator lights
> come on and the engine starts. As soon as I let go of the key to let
> it run, the lights go off and the car stalls.
>
> Keeping it running: if I keep the tension on the key somewhere short
> of turning the starter again, I can keep the engine running.
>
>


Check out http://tegger.com/hondafaq/startprob...ml#start-stall for the
two common causes and how to tell the difference.

Mike



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Old 04 Jul 2007, 01:27 pm
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vern@vernmartin.com wrote in news:1183572992.404336.211570
@g4g2000hsf.googlegroups.com:

> 1993 Accord SE
>
> Symptom 1: when I turn the key to normal first position the normal
> indicators do not light.
> Symptom 2: turning the key to start the engine the indicator lights
> come on and the engine starts. As soon as I let go of the key to let
> it run, the lights go off and the car stalls.
>
> Keeping it running: if I keep the tension on the key somewhere short
> of turning the starter again, I can keep the engine running.
>
>



Ignition switch.

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Old 04 Jul 2007, 01:35 pm
Elmo P. Shagnasty
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Default Re: Accord Stalls when I let go of the key

In article <1183572992.404336.211570@g4g2000hsf.googlegroups. com>,
vern@vernmartin.com wrote:

> 1993 Accord SE
>
> Symptom 1: when I turn the key to normal first position the normal
> indicators do not light.
> Symptom 2: turning the key to start the engine the indicator lights
> come on and the engine starts. As soon as I let go of the key to let
> it run, the lights go off and the car stalls.
>
> Keeping it running: if I keep the tension on the key somewhere short
> of turning the starter again, I can keep the engine running.


Broken ignition switch.

Replace.

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