This video shows you how to jump start a dead battery in your 2015 Honda Fit. If you get into your Fit, turn the key, and your car doesn't start (you may hear nothing or a clicking sound from the engine bay), you have a dead battery and need a jump-start. Check to see if you left your headlights or an interior light on and turn the switch off.
Valves that are too tight make less noise, even though they are more prone to wearing than valves that are too loose (and thus noisy.) Once the wear caused by too-tight valves occurs, you have noise AND worn parts. Every few years I have checked the valve clearances on my 1999 Honda Civic. It is not hard to do.
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"Honda's 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine makes 130 horsepower in the 2019 Fit, and its eagerness to rev gives this compact Honda a feisty nature. Unlike many engines that fall a bit flat at high rpm, the Fit engine, thanks to variable-valve timing and control, makes excellent power at its 6,800-rpm redline." -- Kelley Blue Book (2019) Handling and ...
If you listen at the front cover, by the oil cooler lines, except for up closer to the bolts where the frt cover bolts on, you here kind of a knocking sound right there. it doesnt seem as loud on the main case, mostly about 2 inches in frt of the oil cooler lines, and center of the cylinder.
It's the lifters tapping. Honda if I'm not mistaking doesn't hydrolic lifters which makes the noiser than other motors. Ussually it's time for oil change when they make a LOT of noise. They seem to quiet up after oil change and initial warm-up.
Tech Tip: Honda Engine Knocks or Ticks at Idle The engine knocks or ticks at idle. The noise is usually more noticeable when the engine is warm. This can occur when the rocker shaft bridge has excessive clearance, which causes the rocker shaft to rotate and make noise.