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94 honda civic not starting

I have a 94 honda civic and it won't start i turn the key and nothing it powers up the instrument cluster but when i go to start it nothing i replaced the starter think that was the problem still nothing i checked all the fuses and switched out the sensor for the clutch pedal and even tested the ignition swith to see if the starter wire was getting power and it is.

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  • turbo vtec D Nov 18, 2008

    I have the same problem i have a 95 vx civic hatchback and the starter is good i tested it by shorting it but it works and starts the motor but sometimes i turn the key amd bam it starts and other times i sturn the key and all i get it the fuel pump kickin in

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    does a 94 have a switch for the clutch pedal

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Is there any noise from starter at all?

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