Q: Q: The car will not start - 2003 Honda Accord

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for a few weeks, the car would only start if i adjust the hight of the steering wheel. as of this morning, no position of the steering wheel will allow it to start. the radio, lights, etc. are all functioning like normal. there is a soft clocking sound underneath the hood.

My car has 260000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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