Question about Honda Accord
I would say that if the starting/charging system is in doubt, have it tested at a place like Walmart or Sears where they sell a lot of batteries.
Chances are that it's a battery, starter, or connections causing your no start condition.
Batteries only last up to 3 years, and sometimes bad connections on Hondas can cause a no start intermittent problem.
If the inhibitor switch is causing the problem, have it replaced if that will fix it. I've never had to replace one, though in my Hondas, but I admit mine were predated from having this security feature.
I wish you luck in solving your no start condition.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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