Question about 1996 Honda Odyssey
Posted by Anonymous on
Take a hammer or wrench or siimilar and bang on the outside of the starter motor - one solid thump should do it. If the car subsequently starts then the problem is that the bushings are worn in your starter motor. By thumping it you jiggle the bushings just enough to make electrical contact and get the car started. When it works it is like a miracle cure. However the problem will recur and get worse so you'll need to go to the mechanic to get your starter motor fixed.
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