Question about 1991 Acura Legend
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A clicking noise from the starter indicates usually a dead or dying battery, and sometimes a dead starter. This may be a common problem on 3.3 family engines as they grow older. A single click from under the hood on an attempted start could mean a bad starter relay. If the battery's in fine fettle, there are a few other problems that could cause your car to refuse to start. First, check the gas. A perfectly running, recently tuned car died and would not restart. It turned out to be the ignition rotor. The bad rotor was only a couple weeks old and looked perfect. There was spark at the spark plugs so that test alone is no indication. Thank You for contacting Fixya and please accept the solution if it has helped you.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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