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did u fix this already?
i have read this on forum and once tried on my honda accord
floor ur gas pedal 3-5times then crank start to put some gas in throttle (don't press gas pedal a lot as it may flood the engine)
if not successful try slightly pressing gas pedal while cranking the start
i hope this work on u
also try observing a fluid flow as i suspect a bad fuel pump may occur
have u heard a slightly run on engine when pressing the pedal on start? if no sound or respond on the engine meaning it might be the battery is the culprit. as u describe low voltage output on it or it might be discharged already?
how old is your car battery? 5-7years i'm thinking of buying a new one.
good luck my friend, don't give up u can fix this!
I ALWAYS replace a battery in the 3rd to 4th year. It's a $75 item and it saves a lot of headaches. You know the battery isn't going to last much longer than that, especially if you live in a climate like mine where it alternates from extremely hot to extremely cold. That is hard on a battery.
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