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I have an starting issue with an honda accord 2003 and i have a new battery ,alternator and starter checked out by a parts place and passed the grounding on the vehicle is intact but i still get a slow starting and sometimes it will not start.can you figure this puzzle.

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Hi. Have you checked the ignition system? To check the ignition system, turn on the headlights then switch the key to start position. the car headlights should go DIM. If it will not go DIM then you need to replace the ignition assembly.

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