Question about 1996 Honda Accord
You have a bum starter. You can test this by locating the starter(on the 4 cylinder model(2.2 ltr)it is on the passenger side, nearest the radiator, on the v-6 model, it is on the driver's side nearest the radiator, both attatched to the engine). Once you have done that, get a small hammer, and have someone turn the key to the start position and hold it there. Whilst this is being done, tap the starter motor with the hammer. If it cranks, replace the starter/ This is now verified! If it does not crank, we need to test for voltage at the starter to veifry a bum starter. Let me know and I will continue to help. I will be away from my computer for the remainder of the afternoon, so use my email to for contact as I will be able to retrieve it from my blackberry... email@example.com
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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