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Car wont start

It usually only happens in the morning, alot of the time when its cold out.  When i turn the key it cranks but it wont turn over.  sometimes it will rumble and sound like it wants to start but just wont.  After a little while of cranking the battery dies.  Im going to try to change the fuel filter but if that doesnt work what should i do?

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  • CollegeBwaa Feb 26, 2009

    we changed the spark plugs and ive kept up on the oil situation lately and the car has been starting well up until yesterday. it died at every stoplight i was at and i had to give it gas because it would not idle by itself. i probably shouldnt have driven it home but i did and it wouldnt go faster than 40 up any hills.


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Check the ignition relay its under the drivers side dash common on hondas

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