Honda Civic ex 1996

Asked by Oct 30, 2016 at 05:46 PM about the 1996 Honda Civic Coupe EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I changed my alternator starter works battery is new
After I changed he alternator I drove it , it had just
started running good again! Came back home let it
sit for about two hours came back and NOTHING
starter doesn't click NOTHING! Can someone help
me out ??

3 Answers


Check for corroded or loose battery cables. If everything checks out good, check voltage at the solenoid

cables are good. How do you check voltage at the solenoid??


First check voltage at battery, minimum 12.4vdc. If voltage is good at the battery, have someone try to start it and you, with a meter check voltage at the starter solenoid small terminal. If there's 12 volts dc present when you're trying to start it, replace starter. If no voltage present when you're trying to start it, check starter relay

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