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Honda Civic 1995 Won't Start

For the first time in 8 years, my Honda 1995 Civic EX disappointed me. It won't start. Here are the signs: 1) All electrical components work (radio, lights, dashboard, air conditioning, etc...) 2) I do not hear the clicks as I turn the key. 3) It won't take a jump. 4) It will not crank. 5) It had been sitting for two days, which is typical. I'm not a mechanic, but to me all signs do not point to the battery because everything comes on. Any idea? What could be the problem? Thanks, well in advance... Warren L -- murrayw Posted via RealCarAudio.com - The checkmate of the caraudio community. http://www.RealCarAudio.com murrayw's Profile: http://www.RealCarAudio.com View this thread: http://www.RealCarAudio.com I went to start my car, the lights and radio came on but the car wouldn't turn over. It just made a clicking noise but it wouldn't start. This is the first time in 2 years.

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  • medonc Aug 02, 2008

    The car will start but the engine does not ignite.

  • mgags Aug 20, 2008

    I have a 95 DX/SE civic standard transmission. I Have exactly the same problem: when I turn the key, the main relay clicks but nothing else. The car won't even push start. I am at looking for a faulty ground in the ignition wiring.

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May be Fuse or Self Starter went down. If its manual gear. Try to start with pushing the car manually. Thanks Hasnain

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

Replace ignition coil

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if it wont turn over 1st check the ground s on the car and the battery 1st. your battery can be fully charged and the car will not start even over night this can happen. then look at the starter. Note: if you have over 109K on the car and the timing belt has never been replaced you will need to have this checked as well.

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Have you just replaced the clutch? Taken out the transaxle, and put it back in? Are you sure transmission was in good condition before this? If so, review your procedure carefully to be sure you got it all back right.
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