Low battery voltage reason for slow starting engine?

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Low battery voltage reason for slow starting engine?

Post by A4XRBJ1 » Wed Apr 08, 2009 3:59 pm

Hi guys,


I love the Hondata (now that I finally figured out to datalog :) )

I've uploaded both my .cal and my log file of me trying to start the engine cold. As you can see from the log I only have 11.7V when I turn the ignition on (seems pretty low) and it goes down to 9.9V when I press the start button.

Can that be the reason why my engine is starting so badly? It takes about 5 seconds to get it up to run.

Hope somebody can pinpoint me to the problem area and solution.

What can be the reason for this low voltage?


TIA,

Andreas
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s2000-ap1 AW.kal
My S2000 AP1 calibration (currently based on stock AP1 calibration)
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Cold start.kdl
Log file of cold start with slow engine start
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Post by Spunkster » Wed Apr 08, 2009 4:40 pm

It may be time for a new battery. Batteries only last for a few years, and are adversly effected by cold and heat.

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