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Car won't start

Exterior and interior lights come on, key warning still sounds but it won't turn over. Doesn't make a sound. 1992 Honda Accord EX. Was running fine till this happened. Right before it stopped it partially turned over then nothing.

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  • six_trey Feb 07, 2009

    MrScary66613,

    Thanks I did check all the fuses and the starter relay was not labeled correctly but I did find a 50A blown fuse. After I replaced it and tried to start it blew out again. Any idea what would cause that.

  • six_trey Feb 07, 2009

    igwhomeequip,

    Looks like checking the starter is gonna have to be next on my list. Thanks.

  • six_trey Feb 07, 2009

    randall_08,

    I checked all the inside the car fuses and started under the hood. I found that one and didn't look any further. Guess I have to finish checking the rest.

  • six_trey Feb 08, 2009

    The new fuse blew as soon as I tried to turn it over. Still no sound. After much trial and tribulation I got the starter off and took it to Autozone. (We don't have a Kraegan.) They say it hold power but the rotating piston that is supposed to pop out when the starter is engaged, didn't so I need a new one. The bottom bolt on there was a real . . .ah . . . problem to get out. I ain't too excited about what I am going to have to go through to put the new one in.

  • six_trey Feb 20, 2009

    I apologize for not getting back to you folks sooner. I do appreciate the help. Turns out that particular problem was solved by putting on the new starter. And just so you all know, that was my very first time removing and replacing a starter. Just wanted to say thanks and if I need help again, I know where to come.

  • Randall LaClaire May 11, 2010

    Have you checked the ignition fuse?

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Look under the Hood and Locate the Fuse Relay Box. Inside this Box is a Starter Relay. The Diagram should be on or in the Box Cover. Replace this Relay and Check ALL the Fuses in the Box on the Inside and Under the Hood. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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  • Travis Humphries
    Travis Humphries Feb 07, 2009

    That means that your Starter is Bad and will need to be Replaced. I wish that there was a Cheaper Fix But, Not at this Point.

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    Travis Humphries Feb 07, 2009

    I would check them all First.

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    Travis Humphries Feb 08, 2009

    I know that Bolt Sucks! But, it will get ya Goin!

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Have you checked your starter? You should take it out and take it to Kragen and have them do a electrical test on it. It is free and they will be able to tell you if that is the problem

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  • Jeremy Reddick
    Jeremy Reddick Feb 20, 2009

    Good glad replacing the starter fixed your problem Have a great weekend

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