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No power to my starter. 1994 honda passport

No power to my starter. I just replaced the harmonic balance and now can't get power to starter.I checked the relay switch and it was good also getting power at the relay. The honda ran fine before i started fixing it any suggestions on where my problem might be.

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The harmonic balancer and starter have nothing in comman... Check all you wire connections all the way to your battery. if all is good have your starter checked..

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