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I get this from time to time when it is really cold or really wet. I spoke to the Honda tech about it at my last oil change and he said it is just the belt reacting to very cold or wet conditions. Other than being annoying, it shouldn't cause problems. If it does it all the time, the belt should be replaced.
When this happens to me now, shutting off the car after it has warmed up and restarted often clears the problem for some reason.
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Frankly, even though this forum has a lot of very nice people, the few bad apples around here have gotten on my nerves. I simply don't care enough to log on and try and help others when all too frequently, I get mocked or made fun of.