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92 honda accord

Came home tried to leave later and nothing tried to jump put a load tester on batt. good. all lights radio , clock never lost power when i turn key to start nothing.

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  • keysfishcrab Jan 19, 2009

    i checked conector under the seat it seems to be ok

  • keysfishcrab Jan 28, 2009

    no it does not make any noise no clicks nothing

  • Rakulus May 11, 2010

    Does it make any noises, like a click or something when you try to start it?

  • Jack Iaria
    Jack Iaria May 11, 2010

    I once had an accord with the same problem and it was the igintion conector under the dash below the drivers side seat. It had melted so I replaced it and wal la!

    Good Luck!

  • David Jul 27, 2012

    It sounds like a dead short somewhere!



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Check for a fuel pump fuse in the cabin or under the hood!
These fuses or relays as they are sometimes called usually look like 2 inch black square boxes!
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Sounds like your neutral safety switch is bad. try running a wire from the positive lead of the battery to the small terminal of the starter to bypass it to see if it will crank over then. there will only be two wires on the starter, a small wire with a crimp on spade connector and a large cable bolted onto the starter, coming from the fuse box under the hood. if that doesnt solve your problem, then the starter is bad. if you have any questions, email me at

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