Q: Honda won't start.

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I tried to start my car earlier and cranks but won't turn over. Battery and engine light are on. Headlights, dashlights and radio all come on. Daily driver, was just running yesterday....tho I believe the battery light may have been on. Battery is less than a year old. Had the starter replaced about two months ago. Did have a flex pipe replaced last week. Not sure if that makes a difference.

My car has 269000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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