Question about 1994 Honda Civic
It can be many reasons but then you must check for the starter motor voltage from the solenoid switch. So if the key switches the starter, the solenoid should receive the voltage , switch on and then supply voltage to the starter.
So if no power to solenoid, check the key switch.
If power comes ot solenoid but no output to starter, then change solenoid switch
However if voltage comes to starter but does not turn then starter coils, brushes are faulty. repair or replace.
Hope this advice helps, credit if helpful.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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