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My 95 honda civic started but when I went to drove off it cut off and now it won't start but it will turn over?

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Get a friend. open the oil cap.lok into it. you should be able to see some of the valve train. have your friend crank the motor if no movement in th valves you probably have a broken timing belt.

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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I just replaced the switch connected to the ignition key in my niece's Honda. it was worn out. With hers you could hear the motor run if you held the key in the start position with the starter on but when you release the key to be in the run position the motor dies.Your problem kinda sounds the same.
I hope this info helps you.

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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