Even though I replaced with new battery my 2000 Honda Civic is yet not starting, please suggest answer to solve this problem at the earliest

HPatel_42
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Asked by HPatel_42 Nov 21, 2012 at 01:21 PM about the 2000 Honda Civic Value Package

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

1.6 L engine with automatic transmission

3 Answers

Mike Hare
65

starter, starter solenoid, corroded grounds,bad battery connection because of corrosion. it could be many things

Jonathan Ford
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is it in park?

Matt Frapaul
25

does the car go to start and just wont?? if it does check all your connections and make sure the contacts are clean and grab a hammer and tap the starter a few times and if it starts after you tap it then the starter is on its way out!!

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