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1994 honda civic has no power to starter on small wire

Hello went to work the other day and when i got off the car started write up. drove maybe 6 miles to pay a bill.. was gone mybe 5 min most went back to car would not start like a dead batt.. this old help me pop start it and it started to run.. drove home maby 6 more miles now will not started again. got new starter. still nothing. someone told me test the small wire ,with someone trying to start it no power at all.. got batt tested it was fine.. any help google help alot of people are saying power relay..just don't know............. if power relay were is it and where can it pics to see what it looks like ................thanks

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Yes, sounds like the main relay. Probably located under the dash, to the left of the fuse panel; next to the hood release. That's where mine is on my 1992 Civic. I just had to remove the plastic panel under the steering wheel to access the single bolt that mounts the relay.
You might want to check tegger.com for more information, and pictures.
Good luck, Mark

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Replace main relay

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