Question about 1993 Honda Civic 4 Door
I just bought a 93 civic its been sitting for a while, it probaly needs a oil change. when i got the car it started fine but when i got home it wont start agian the light and cd player work but when i ignition i get nothing i dont even hear the ignition also i tryed to jump the car and nothing.
Stater relay. Gets old and weak. Can be replaced or resoldered if you're handy. Found drawinf online.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
My mind goes to battery, starter, or kill switch.
If you can play the radio and the lights are working, but you get nothing when you try to start it (not even a clicking sound), it's not likely the starter, either.
You may have a kill switch engaged. Some Honda cars have a kill switch that disables the engine from starting. (Anti-theft device installed). Check your user Guide to see if there is info there.
Often, there is a button you need to push or some other trigger to release the lockout.
Here is what I would try:
1. Conact the seller, if you can, to inquire.
2. Call AAA. They may know the various options, and did help me when I had trouble.
3. Call a Honda dealer to inquire about options for disabling it.
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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