my '99 honda accord ex v-tec 4 cyl A/T with over 200k miles won't turn over. One click is heard. Battery is good. Starter needs replacement?

Joey Angus
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Asked by Joey Oct 18, 2010 at 05:02 PM about the 1999 Honda Accord EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

It appears that it won't turn over. Battery is good as all the lights and displays are on. Including the check engine light. Earlier during a tune-up approx. 10K miles earlier, mechanic during service mentioned that starter/solenoid may need replacing. Does forum agree with this? I do keep up this vehicle and its periodic maintenance. Thank you.

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Adam Slaughter
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prob. needs a starter, most common

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1kailuaguy
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Adam, Will be getting a new starter fro CarPartsWholesale.com in a day or so. Just replaced a starter off my '97 Toyota Camry and it was fairly simple. Should be same on the Accord. Thanks for the reply. -- Joe.

Theresa Reagon
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I have the same problem...but I replaced the started and connected solenoid and it was fine then 3 weeks later same problem. Now what?

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