Hi Scotty, I have a 2015 Accord, when I started the car and I put it in reverse and after backing…

just_a_guy

Hi Scotty,

I have a 2015 Accord, when I started the car and I put it in reverse and after backing out for about a few feet the car just shut off and lost power, so I put it in park and started the car again and it started just fine with no issues, I have this issue once in a while, when a car sits for one day and then the next day is when it happens, but it happens very rare, I drive this car on daily basis and rarely have this issue. Recently it happened again I started the car and put it in reverse and slowly backing out of drive way and after a few feet of backing out the car started to shiver a little like it did before when it lost power, but this time it didn't shut off, because I quickly realeased the brake pedal. I tested the fuses and all fuses work fine besides the fuse for fan timer it shows there is no power running through it but the fuse is not burned even after I replaced it with a new fuse it still shows no power, and fan comes on for 5 seconds and then shuts off for 5 seconds all the time. I purchased an Auto Circuit tracer detector but I don't know how to use it, do I take out the fuse and then connect the positive wire to the positive battery terminal and the negative to the wire to the slot where that fan timer fuse is? If so, Both wires of auto circuit tracer are clip on so I cant really stick the negative wire clip to the fuse box, can I clip to the negative wire clip a piece of metal and then stick that that together into the slot where the fuse was? I also have an all system auto scanner and after scanning the whole system in a car the only issue it shows is this sign " - ! - " and code U1 21C-00 Permanent DTC, gauge control module lost communication with multi purpose camera unit.

Any ideas, suggestions what it could be or what I should check for I would really appreciate, thank you, and have a nice day.

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just_a_guy
just_a_guy

Thank you Scotty, I attached the picture of the short circuit detector, I'm trying to figure out how to use it, since I don't have a power running through one of the fuse's for the fan timer, and the receiver has positive and negative wires with the clips on them, do I pull out a fuse and maybe clip to the negative clip a piece of metal and stick in a fuse? since it has a clip on wires, and the other wire onto the positive battery side?

ScottyKilmer
ScottyKilmer

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you have an electrical failure in the wiring and or computer circuits . Lost comm is often a computer failure on a honda