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Starting problems 1991 Civic

Starting problems-starter tested okay at auto shop. Pretty sure battery is fine. All connections cleaned. Sometimes cranks and starts just fine, then it will only click. Repeatedly turning the key to start eventually gets a "catch" and car will start. Sometimes it will crank strongly and then slow to almost no cranking power and then quit; next attempt will usually just be the "click" again.

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  • kdelarosa12 May 17, 2010

    My car tries to turn over but won't start. It has done this before and i have waited a while and then it started, but now it won't

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Ur beating a dead horse, hondas last long time, but maybe u should just have it checked out and the ask us how to perfom the needed actions

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