Question about Honda Civic
A couple things could be the issue: 1. check battery terminals and cables, look for green oxidation on the Neg and Pos cable(s) and check where the cables connect to the battery (normally white caked on clump) clean with baking soda and water combo, be careful use gloves and goggles. once the post and connectors are clean, apply a little vaseline to both terminals. 2. have battery checked out to make sure it is fully charged (autozone or local auto parts store should be able to do this for free) 3. check starter connections (I had a similar problem and one wire was not secure, this fixed it for me). 4. check fuses and relays, in addition to the cable, I needed a fuse that limits the voltage coming into the fuse box. 5. starter solenoid, this could need replacing, it is not engaging the starter to crank the engine. Good Luck and I hope one of these can solve your issue!
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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