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Is it the starter?

My car drove fine to work, and when i got home to change and leave, my car diee. the battery works fine, but it just doesn't click/start. i purchased a new starter too, but it still isn't working.. could it be something else?

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  • callahammer Dec 18, 2008

    what is a ignition switch? is it where you put the key in.

  • roe999 Dec 18, 2008

    I have a 1997 accord. new battery,won't start unless you bridge the solenoid.Could this be a fuse or relay prob. And where is it located on car? Thanks in advance.

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Ignition switch they go bad on hondas try wiggling it good luck justuscc

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