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Car wont start, has spark and full tank of gas.

1997 Honda Accord Coupe. Car wont start, has spark and full tank of gas. Battery was good, even tried to start with jumper battery adden on. Was able to start by pushing car, but would not start by cranking.

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You need a starter

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