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Civic won't start

My 02 civic won't start. only hazard lights and horn works. no light, just nothing else works. battery is new and charged. i think it could be a fuse, ignition switch or maybe even the starter. any suggestions?

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  • dafunkster Feb 23, 2009

    well, now i have the vehicle at a mechanic cuz i don't know too much about cars. the mechanics first guess was a fuse. so i guess we'll see what happens and i'll keep my situation up to date. thanks for the response!!

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    yes a defective ignition switch.

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Sounds like you blew a main fuse check the fuse box under the hood

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