95 Honda Civic wont start no click but it will push start and the lights and radio turn on

Asked by Feb 28, 2014 at 01:00 PM about the 1995 Honda Civic

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Check your battery voltage. Lights use very little amps and can still burn on a partially dead battery. Clean and tighten all your battery connections. If all that checks out check your clutch pedal switch. If it's bad this issue will also occur.

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If you have good battery voltage you will need to check the switch wire signal. This is easily tested with a test lamp. The switch wire (smallest wire on the starter motor solenoid) is made live by holding the ignition switch in the crank position. You should have a voltage or signal when this is done if you have voltage then check the main supply lead from the battery . Common fault lies with poor or broken switch wire or faulty ignition switch not supplying the voltage.

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I had the same problem. I shorted out the clutch pedal switch and it fired up. Replacement part is $40 at Advance.

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