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Honda Accord '97 car won't start but battery is fine

I left my headlights on and the battery died. I jumped it and it seemed to work okay on the way home except that the emergency flashers would go on and off randomly. When I got home they were still going on randomly. The car, from that point on, won't start. I checked the battery and it's working. Please help!

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Check the spark plugs and wire

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