thats a cold start but its well beyond a cold engine - it was 50-60 degrees. the battery is about a year or so old. car doesnt get used that frequently. Used it a few days earlier with no issues. Ordered an OBD2 and should have it in hand monday. Disconnected the battery yesterday no change. maybe a fuse that controls the ECU or something like that blew because so many things are effected simultaneously, If you notice both the temp and fuel gauges show nothing and of course all the flashing of every light including the low fuel light and the tank is pretty much full. i was hoping that someone had seen this before.Engine running EXTREMELY rough. Is it warmed up at the time of the video? Has the battery been exhibiting signs of weakness (slow cranking)? How old is the battery?
If you have an OBDII scan tool, get the codes. If you can't drive it like that, try disconnecting the battery ground cable to reset the ECU.
Bingo! Was that sesame street - two of these things are not like the other...LOTS 'o misfires.
Yes, looking for mouse damage would be warranted. Remove the top engine cover (if fitted) and look for evidence.
thx I'm just not sure where to look at this point i pulled the air box and battery and nothing was visible. Was hoping not to have to jack the car up and put it on stands to look from underneath. might be my only option. not sure there's anything to see from underneath anyway but what else do i have?If they chewed the injector wiring, chances are they might have chewed another harness elsewhere. They must like injector wires since that was the only harness they chewed on in my Civic last year! Some might not have been chewed all the way through, but punctured enough to break the strands of wire.
I think going to a junk heard and pull the exact wire harness and replace it would’ve a good idea.