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1996 Accord won't start

I attempted to start my accord but was later told that I left the lights on. We discovered that there was corrosion on the battery, but was still able to get a jump. It charged the battery but the car won't turn over. The radio is asking for some type of code. I do not know where to get the code and I don't have the owners manual any longer, actually don't think I ever had it. I thought it may be the starter, but I am hearing that it could be something else.

If anyone can give advice on it, I would appreciate it.

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  • kimmy18974 Jan 31, 2009

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