Question about 1991 Honda Accord
A month ago, I left the lights on in my '91 Honda Accord, and when attempting to jump it, I blew the fuse because we hooked the cables up wrong.. I got it towed and had the fuse repaired. The mechanic told me it was simply the fuse, not the alternator. Even though the alternator is old, he said it runs decent. Today, I left my lights on again and it sat in my school parking lot all day. I attempted to get it jumped again, making sure I hooked the cables up right this time and It still wouldn't start, and, knowing the battery was old, got a new one.I hooked the new one up, but the car still wouldn't start! I am in high school and know nothing about cars. I am looking for the cheapest possible solution. Is there any way you have any idea what's wrong or have any advice to what I should do? Thanks
It sounds like the battery was drained again but this one should be under warranty.Get it running again and look into those cutoff switches that automatically shut the lights.Until then.be extra careful, maybe even leave yourself a note on the drivers door to
'shut the lights'.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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