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My 2018 700 pioneer shuts off randomly. Seems like when it has been running a while. It starts right back up and may nit do it again or it may do it 4 more times. Very odd. No warning lights Need help.
 

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The dealer said I didnt have a washer in properly from changing oil filter. Now I have a new problem. My 700 shuts off about 10 seconds after it starts? Starts up every time. Then shuts off. Checked battery charge and connectors per manual. Seatbelt plugged in. Dunno what to look at next?
 

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The dealer said I didnt have a washer in properly from changing oil filter. Now I have a new problem. My 700 shuts off about 10 seconds after it starts? Starts up every time. Then shuts off. Checked battery charge and connectors per manual. Seatbelt plugged in. Dunno what to look at next?
Interested in how you went solving this problem? I have the same problem. Shuts down, no warning lights, temp good, oil good. Starts immediately runs a few minutes then shuts down again. Just as if key was turned off then on again. All battery and solenoid terminals clean and tight.
 

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Interested in how you went solving this problem? I have the same problem. Shuts down, no warning lights, temp good, oil good. Starts immediately runs a few minutes then shuts down again. Just as if key was turned off then on again. All battery and solenoid terminals clean and tight.
Also on first start seems to run OK for about a half hour or more before the stopping starts. Starts stalling after getting up to operating temp.
Coolant temp never gets above two bars...ever.
Engine does not seem hot, radiator clean etc.
Idles fine but drive and it cuts out.
Higher RPM driving seems to delay the cut out.
When it cuts out all the dash lights come on and the Hello Honda message comes on just as if you had just turned the key on.
Engine starts again immediately.
 

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I wonder if a bad cell in a battery could cause this problem
I have been waiting to really test mine after a fix by my dealer. I have now run it for lots of hot runs and hours of continuous use.
It has not missed a beat.
Before I could not go more than 2 hours with out constant shutdown and restarting.
PCM was replaced. New wiring harness and a new dedicated earth installed separate to the wiring harness.
I know this does not exactly nail the issue but it sure fixed it for me.
Hope this is of some help to others.
 

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I have been waiting to really test mine after a fix by my dealer. I have now run it for lots of hot runs and hours of continuous use.
It has not missed a beat.
Before I could not go more than 2 hours with out constant shutdown and restarting.
PCM was replaced. New wiring harness and a new dedicated earth installed separate to the wiring harness.
I know this does not exactly nail the issue but it sure fixed it for me.
Hope this is of some help to others.
I have been waiting to really test mine after a fix by my dealer. I have now run it for lots of hot runs and hours of continuous use.
It has not missed a beat.
Before I could not go more than 2 hours with out constant shutdown and restarting.
PCM was replaced. New wiring harness and a new dedicated earth installed separate to the wiring harness.
I know this does not exactly nail the issue but it sure fixed it for me.
Hope this is of some help to others.
just had mine fixed at dealer after the above problems. The pcm was replaced. It went for about 2 hrs then started cutting out again. 8 times in one hr. Not happy. Maybe I’ll try the earth. Honda dealer said nothing from “Honda” . Interesting that it’s not uncommon or is it not getting back to manufacturer.?
 

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Have read about aftermarket under seat insulation, causing to much heat buildup.
Then there is the standard check all ground WIRES.
Do not just tighten the bolt and say "Yep, Tight". Honda put in the wrong bolt, to long, on some.
After you check the bolt tightness, grab the wire and see if it moves. If it does, add a washer as a spacer.
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Have a good day
 
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