Question about 1991 Honda Accord
You say the battery is new and that the rest checked but wasn't replaced. Seems like your either not getting enough voltage to the starter or the starter solenoid has failed, in which case, you'll have to replace the starter.
Check the ground strap too. Thats a ground connection that goes from the engine block to the frame of the car. You also say you checked all the cables, but did you replace them? Cables can be corroded inside the plastic cover and may not be able to carry enough current even though they may look ok from the outside. It takes alot more voltage to kick in the starter motor than it does to light up the dash.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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