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Why does a 1998 Honda Accord not make a sound but the lights come on when I turn the key in the ignition?

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2007-09-05 20:29:32
2007-09-05 20:29:32

Loose or corroded battery cables?

Weak battery?

Bad neutral or clutch safety switch?

Bad starter?

Bad starter solenoid?

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Well first check and see if the lights will turn on. If not you probably have a dead battery. If it is making a weird clicking sound it is probably the starter.




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