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93 Honda Civic CX Engine wont turn over?

Engine wont turn over?
It would start up i would go to work and then i would try to start it up and won't turn over after a hour would pass it would start up like nothing was wrong.. it did this to me a couple of times and then yesterday it wouldn't turn over at all. I can hear the fuel pump turn on before i start it and the battery is full charge any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2009

    Yeah im having the same problem...

    The thing is with mine i swapped the motor and put a h22a4 and i am still having the same problem... Could it be the starter, Fuel pump, Main relay?

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It sounds like a faulty electrical connection ;check around the battery look for loose wires/anything that looks dodgy/clean battery terminals/check wires at starter motor if you still cant find problem check earth strap from;engine to car chassis.the only two things left are starter motor and ign key lock hope this helps.adrian

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Often, there is a button you need to push or some other trigger to release the lockout.
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1. Conact the seller, if you can, to inquire.
2. Call AAA. They may know the various options, and did help me when I had trouble.
3. Call a Honda dealer to inquire about options for disabling it.

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