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1996 Honda passport starter won't turn over battery is full no click all dash lights work I can't even see the starter so I don't know how to check it

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In your fuse box in the engine compartment.. you have a 30 amp fuse. Check it. Make sure its not blown. That should cure your problem.

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Explain "jared" - if hit hard enough - check SRS system - check factory security system [related to "beeping"?] - check for shorted wire near starter - just a few suggestions.

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