No. A bad starter would cause the car not to start.
There can be many causes for a Honda Civic to stall. Some of them include a bad fuel pump, a bad alternator, a bad distributor, a clogged air filter or idle air valve. Buy a Honda Civic Service manual for more information. http://www.HondaCivicRepairs.com do it myself Honda civic repair
either your starter is bad or u have engine problem idiot
bad solenoid in the starter or insufficient voltage to the starter
Dirty or loose connections or a bad starter.
dead battery bad starter solenoid bad starter loose or corroded battery or starter cables
New battery needs a charge? Loose or corroded battery cable? Engine seized? Bad starter Bad starter solenoid? Bad neutral or clutch safety switch?
usually you can tell when your car doesnt turn or or doesnt turn over its because of your starter sometimes its not the starter it could be a low battery or corroded wires leading to the starter check that first;
The starter or solenoid are most likely bad. The starter assembly can be removed and put on a starter tester to see if its bad.
Bad Valves or fuel pump usually from redlining the care
Battery is dead, because of a bad alternator.
A starter can go bad for many reasons. There could be a loose connection that eventually burns it out. A chipped tooth on the flywheel can damage it. Or it could just go bad with age.
dead battery or bad starter or bad starter silanoid
yes a bad converter will make car stall
A bad (meaning incorrectly timed) distributor can make a car stall.
A bad water pump can cause your car to stall if the bearing has failed or it is causing overheating. A seized bearing will put excessive strain on the engine and stall it out.
If the starter is bad no. Check battery, starter and solenoid to be sure which is bad.
Age, overuse, bad voltage from the battery
Bad battery, or starter problem.
My suggestion is to make sure that you have a good connection between your starter and your battery. Is the starter even functioning? If not, it is probably a bad starter, a bad battery, a bad fusible link for the starter, a blown fuse, or just a bad connection. My suggestion is to make sure that you have a good connection between your starter and your battery. Is the starter even functioning? If not, it is probably a bad starter, a bad battery, a bad fusible link for the starter, a blown fuse, or just a bad connection.
Could be the egr valve, low spark, bad seal on the intake
could be a bad ground,a blown fuse,car is out of timing,bad starter,dead battery,ignition (were the key goes in)could be bad,if its a standard the clutch switch could be bad,run a wire from the starter to the battery make sure the car is in park or neutrual!!!!!!! then touch the wirefrom the starter to the positive on the battery it will spark but if it turns over more then likely you have a bad starter or starter solinoid,best thing you could do when owning a Honda is buy a factory manual at the part store there like $30.00 but it tells how how to do alot its like a do it yourself manual~Marcus
Bad starter, bad starter solenoid, or the problem might not be the starter at all.
many things.... could be bad fuel filter, your throttle body could be a little dirty, check air filter....
bad starter or bad connection to starter or bad ground on battery or starter