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1993 honda del sol si

Intermitanly when I go to start my car it will click, but won't start. When I jiggle the key in the ignition it starts? Does anyone know or has the same problem

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  • ironmoguls Nov 05, 2008

    This kind of advise is extremely helpful, because it seems logical. The innapropriate place to start would be purchasing a new battery, thank you for your advise and insight I will take off the starter solenoid and test it at the local auto parts store.

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The click you are hearing is the starter solenoid. This solenoid is a relay that applies 12 volts (at high current) to the starter motor. When you turn the ignition key you apply 12 volts ( at low current) to the solenoid. If jiggling the key solves the problem all of the time I would suspect the ignition key assembly.
If jiggling the key only works some of the time I would suspect the solenoid/starter assembly. For your info the solenoid/starter comes as a complete assembly, when you buy it.

Hope this helps

Loringh

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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