Question about 1991 Honda Accord
My car will not start. All I hear is a clicking sound when I turn on the engine. Recently, my radiator has been repaired but I need a new fan. It has run hot but is under control. Could my starting problem be the starter or is the head cracked?
Try jumping it first and see if you can get it to turn over. If it does, that means it's probably the battery. If not, it means that it's most likely the starter. If the head is cracked and water leaked in to one of the cylinders, it's possible that you are "hydro - locked". That is, one of the cylindars is full of water, but that's unlikely. If the car won't even turn over, it's much more likely to be the batter, the starter, or a bad connection to the starter. If you hear the click, it means that the connection is probably OK.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
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