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Cranks but not starting

I think this may be an alternator issue, I haven't done much troubleshooting yet as I am thinking about buying this car, the symptoms (I am told) are as follows: 2 batteries has been discharged, has spark, fuel & compression, and cranks but will not start when battery is fully charged or using jumper cables. I have been told that after a period of time with a bad alternator, this era of Honda's will not start. Is this accurate and this would be my first step in troubleshooting?

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    Jeremy Donaldson Feb 04, 2009

    will check thanks, will get back

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If this vehicle has fuel spark and compression its supposed to START. That everything it need to start, Something about that doesn't sound right, Did anyone do a timing belt lately??? If you have spark and compression and gas this vehicle should run. Check and make sure then get back to me. Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA

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