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Old 08 Jan 2011, 02:31 pm
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Default 1994 honda accord engine won't do anything?

Engine won't turn over, won't say nothing
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Old 08 Jan 2011, 03:16 pm
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Can you please elaborate on what happened before you discovered this? Did the car overheat or did you just go out to your car and it wouldn't start? There are many things to factor in if you want an answer to your question.
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