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2005 accord starter relay

Car clicks but starter does not respond

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I would changed out the starter first.

The starter is weak, The constant time trying to turn it over is weaking the battery to the point it can not turn it over anymore.

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Posted on Aug 16, 2009

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Check all cable connections from the battery. If all are okay including both ends of the negative cable the starter probably has a bad spot in the armature and the starter needs to be replaced.

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A common mistake is that when someone hears the relay click that it is good. The tips inside the relay can pit or break off but it still makes the clicking noise. I would check the wires really good and check voltage in and going out, The relay is probably bad or you may have a carroded wire.

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Sometimes if your battery is low there is just enough power to start to close the starter relay but not enough to get past the resistance in the switch. I'm guessing what you hear is the starter relay opening and closing because the battery cannot supply enough power to make it to the starter. My guess would be that you need a new battery or at least a good charge. If you or someone you know has a voltmeter you can check the battery. Just sitting in the car it should be very close to 12 volts. If it is at 10 volts or below it needs to be replaced.

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