Question about 1996 Honda Accord
Posted by Anonymous on
First thing to do is check all fuses and relays. If all are good. Then check the battery. Even if you bought it yesterday. Remove the battery and have tested. Most parts stores will do it free. Make sure the cables are in good order. Replace them if they damaged. All of the plastic covering should be clean and free of cracks, clean the inside of the cables connectors with wire brush, do the same to the battery posts. Install the fully charged battery. Make sure that all connection are clean and tight. Cover the terminals with Terminal Grease. Any one or all of these things can stop a car from starting. If all of that is perfect. Then the next part to check is the stater.
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