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Why want my 1999 honda odyssey crank the batteryn seems to be fine headlight working good, dashboard lights come on vehicle just want crank

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Is your starter-motor OK?
Your motor not frozen?

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Parking and dashboard lights don't work on my 2003 Honda Odyssey. Checked the fuse and it's fine. Relays work too. Headlights, brake lights and turning signals are not affected.


This is an electrical issue. .you may need to check fuse box for loose connections or it might be grounds or short to voltage.

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Take it back to the body shop
They are getting paid by the insurance company to,properly repair your vehicle
Don't loose sleep over it,make it their problem

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