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Old 08 Jul 2011, 11:01 pm
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Default I have a 91 Honda accord and it broke down and wouldn't start or nothing I bought a new...

...battery,new alternator? And the only way it will run is if we jump start it!! Please help. What could be wrong??
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Old 08 Jul 2011, 11:31 pm
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need 2 trace both 12-v cable to starter & ck conn & trace the neg wire- from batteryto enging block & ck all fuse under the hood on the left side near the battery seams like u r loosing the ground from the battery to the engine , u can try one side of the jummper cableto the enging 12-& the other 12- side12-side to thebattery see if it works , ifit does the ground u have a problem with the 12- ground
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