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Not starting Honda crv 2005 . Been having trouble starting so bought a new battery, still having trouble starting. Ran battery dead, bought a new alternator, still barley starting. Now check engine light is on. Code says cat is bad. Will this cause it from starting or maybe need a starter? It does not go click, click, as if the starter were bad, so that's why I did the alternator. Help please! Sheree'

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Cat is probably plugged if you have deq you will have to replace if not you can rod the cat out

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if the clicking sound is coming from the engine compartment, it is the starter solenoid. let her try it a couple of times. sometimes it would connect and start the car. then she can bring it home.

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just fit a new battery they dont last forever

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SOURCE: possible bad alternator?

I went through three alternators before we found a good one for our saturn sl2. Now she has been good for two years. All I did was go back to where we bought it from, they hooked up the alternator to a machine and gave us a new one when it read that it was faulty.

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