Question about 1991 Honda Civic
Car wont crank
Hi if the lights are working and don,t go dim when you try to turn it over it suggusts the battery should have enough to start it so the problem lies either faulty starter [test by making a make shift wire from the live terminal on your battery to the starter small wired terminal remove the wire first] this should operate the starter if so you need to find the starter relay and listen to see if it clicks when you turn the starter key it should if it does nt check the ignition switch by lowering the cowel to gain access to the switchs wiring find the wire that goes live only when the key is in the start position if thats there then the switch is ok obviousley if none as the things mentioned don,t do as stated they are faulty a bad ground connection on the engine or the battery will cause the same problem just clean them up yates210456
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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