Question about 2005 Honda Accord
Sounds like you have shorted your battery out . You might also check your fuss links. Check your easy thing first always remember that. Look at your fuse box and see if you have a master fuse . Some times they our under the hood , some times they our under your dash board. If you do not have any fuse problems then pull your battery and take it too a parts house and have them load test it . If you have an ohms meter you can check it your self if you know how to use it . But start with you fuse first that is why they our there is to protect your electrical system.
Posted on May 08, 2014
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