Check the ignition switch and the fusable link. Other than that, I can't think of anything without looking at it.
it should be defective ignition switch...................It could be anything between the ignition switch and the terminal on the starter solenoid. There may be a bad ignition switch, bad ignition fuse or a bad fuseable link.
when you start the car up that's your ignition switch is located...
Defective Starter solenoid or ignition switch. Ignition switch is bad.
Sounds like a bad ignition switch
ignition swithc could be broken, I suggest you have it looked at to be sure
With the ignition switch off, press and hold the odometer reset button in, then turn the ignition switch to the on position but do not start the engine. After around 5 seconds the maintenance required light will go out.
if the battery is dead the switch wont unlock or start
Is there a question in all this rambling?
I had a similar problem on a Ford truck and it turned out to be the ignition switch. The truck would start just fine but when I released the ignition key the truck would die. I replaced the switch and problem was gone.
Pull the Ignition cylinder out of switch. Start with a srew driver.
could be fuel pump, bad fuel filter, or ignition module.
pull the plug off from the back of the ignition switch and then jump start it
Strangely enough, the ignition switch itself could be bad.
If the Honda Accord runs but dies after it's initial start-up it can be several issues. The ignition switch can cause the issues as well as a bad vacuum leak. To find the problem an engine diagnostic is recommended.
A 2001 Honda Accord V6 may not start when the battery is bad, there is no fuel, or the ignition system is defective. A bad starter will also prevent the engine from turning over during starting.
Fuel filter. ( 94 accord on fire wall beneath master cylinder )