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Re: 1994 honda accord won't start
Faulty vehicle theft system with starter kill youll need it repaired by dealer sorry! these repairs are not to be attempted by average do it yourselfers atleast I dont recommend it and I do these repairs in my shop fairly regularly.
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Check the dome light override switch lockated on the dome light itself, then check the fuse for "CTSY Lights" and finally, check the ground attachment by removing the lens cover of the dome (roof) light, an removing the plastic housing of the dome light by either removing a screw, or simply prying on the sides of the plastic housing, you should see a wire screwed into the roof metal.
Hi, have you tried to bypass the interlock switch on the clutch pedal arm? Just ground the blue wire. also check the 50 amp fuse #42. if not that, the starter relay may be bad or possibly the starter itself. To check the starter, please read my post here: http://www1.fixya.com/cars/r6222268-engine_doesnt_crank_turn_over
it will be behind the plastic kick panel on the passenger side (I think, also could be driver side)down by the front passenger floor area, in front of the door hinges. there will be a blue 2-pin connector that is not plugged into anything. jump the two pins with a paperclip, and, turn the ignition on without starting, and the check light will flash the codes (long flash=value of 10)
(short flash=value of 1)
eg: 3 long flashes, followed by 5 short flashes = code 35.