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92 honda civic hatchback new starter spins does not engage flywheel, could it be a fuse

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Unlikely as the motor spins. It appears that the motore solenoid is allowing the motor to spin before engaging the teeth in the ring gear. ON a lot of starters the pivot pin is adjustable to allow for correct engagement.Remove the starter and check that the solenoid is fact connected to the clutch part of the starter. Check that you have the correct starter for the engine

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SOURCE: 1995 Honda Civic Spark Plug Wiring

The spark plugs are numbered starting on the drivers side (1) to the passenger side (4), the distributor rotates clockwise, and the firing order is 1 - 3 - 4 - 2

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SOURCE: HONDA CIVIC 1996 PULSING IDLE

It might be bad gas or a plugged filter or it might be a bad mass airflow sensor.

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SOURCE: How to install a horn button in a 92 Honda Civic

IF YOU HAVE A HORN SWITCH FIND THE HORN WIRES IN THE CAR AND CONNECT SWITCH TO THEM

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SOURCE: 1995 HONDA CIVIC 1.5L KEEPS BLOWING 80A MAIN BATTERY BLOCK FUSE

its shorted to ground some where

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No your alternator is not longer working correctly. It could be as simple as a broken alternator drive belt. Open the hood an see if you see any naked pulleys. If the belt is in place then you most likely with have bad alternator. NAPA and Autozone have stores that can test your old alternator. Con comeone into removing it and have it tested. If it is bad get a REBUILT one. A new one will cost a small fortune!

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