Question about 1991 Honda Accord
Your battery is probably too low to turn the starter. Often, when the battery is low, it will run everything else, but doesn't have enough juice to turn the starter. Just enough to make the solenoid click, and that is likely what you are hearing. The cables could be loose or dirty too, so check that first, and then get a boost if it doesn't help.
If it still won't go with a boost, it could be that it isn't all the way in park, or the clutch safty switch is malfunctioning if it's a standard, or the starter is toast. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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