Question about 1991 Honda Accord
Do you get a 'click' when the key is turned? If not, use a meter or test light to see if you get voltage across the battery terminals during a start attempt. You should see voltage at all times. If not, remove the connectors, clean the posts and terminal insides, then reinstall. If 'yes' to the first question, then check for voltage at the starter solenoid terminal where the battery cable attaches--it should be present at all times. If ok, then move the test probe to the starter terminal and try for start. If voltage is present when try for start, then the starter motor is defective. If no voltage appears, then the starter solenoid is defective. Hope this helps!
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