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Q: Car not starting

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My car won't start.

A: With limited information about your Honda, ...

With limited information about your Honda, it is difficult to point in you the right direction as to why your Accord will not start. There can be several reasons why your Honda won’t start, such as a low battery or a failed starter. The main relay can duplicate lack of spark and fuel and will prevent your vehicle from starting as well. Due to the variety of possibilities to why your Accord will not start, it may be time to enlist the assistance of a certified mechanic. They will be able to diagnose your Honda’s symptoms and identify exactly why your Accord will not start. They will also be able to assist you in making the necessary repairs to get your Honda starting every time without worry.

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