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I've just had my starter replaced and still have issues with getting the engine started at times. When I attempt to start it, all I'd get is a click and the only way to get it going is to have someone give me a push. Lucky for me that its a manual transmision. Its a 1995 Acura Integra LS. What causes this to happen?

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Alright your facing a problem with the ignition switch plug wires the location is on the back of the cylinder ignition key. this is as an assembling unit. replay set. an your problem will go away,

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