My accord will not start. I replace my starter twice. I think it is my belt but the mechanic insists he must fixed the starter. I took the starter back to autozone and they said the starter was good.

Goodiekast33
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Asked by Jun 20, 2013 at 02:09 PM about the 1996 Honda Accord 25th Anniversary

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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tennisshoes
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Do you get click or any noise when you turn the key to crank position? +

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zsevern
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I would stop replacing the starter and replace the mechanic. They should be able to pinpoint exactly why it wont start without 'guessing' its a starter...

Goodiekast33
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tennishoes- I did hear some noise but the car still will wont start......Yes I will replace the mechanic.

tennisshoes
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Turn on your headlights and try the starter, if the headlights go out you have a bad battery cable or connection problem. Double check your battery terminals, the posts and terminals should be shiney clean, no black corrosion.

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