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My 1999 honda accord will not start... no clicking noise... key turns and nothing

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Check the battery make shure it has a charge if it does check wiring to the starter

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Remove battery have it checked at auto parts store.
Check cable connections and clean if necessary.

If battery and cables are good try starting the car in neutral instead of park. Jiggle the shifter when you try to start it. This could indicate faulty neutral safety switch/wiring.

Could also be the ignition switch, try to jiggle key in the ignition while starting.

Some Hondas also have a fuel pump relay that is a known problem. Does it not start when the interior is hot?

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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SOURCE: my 1997 honda accord wont start.....

Hi Matt

Follow the( + ) positive lead from the battery, to the starter, check the connections, if all OK, get someone to turn the ignition key to start, and give the starter a tap, on the selenoid, with a small hammer or a metal socket extension.

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Follow the( + ) positive lead from the battery, to the starter, check the connections, if all OK, get someone to turn the ignition key to start, and give the starter a tap, on the selenoid, with a small hammer or a metal socket extension.

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