my 1994 honda accord ex wont start

Asked by Mar 30, 2016 at 07:51 AM about the Honda Accord Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i turn the key and it tries starting but it wont. not really mechanically advanced
so idk what to do. i ordered a fuel filter and a new fuel pump to put it in the
shop to get those put on but idk if thats the problem. also after my head unit is
on for a little itll shut off. after it turns back on it will shut off again, so i also
dont know whats wrong with that so someone please help

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my car is a 1994 honda accord ex. my battery also got drained too, im going to charge the battery when i get home

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Need more info. When you say "won't start", what is happening? Is the engine turning over without firing up, or do you turn the key and get nothing at all except a click? And what's a head unit?

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