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1994 Honda Civic Ex 1.6 V-tec

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EW' started by JOEDALLAS, Dec 20, 2007.

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    JOEDALLAS New Member

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    1994 Honda Civic 1.6 V-tec. Wont Start With New Battery Anbd Good Tested Alternator. Problem Occured When Lights Left On. Attempted To Jump Start With Cables. Cables Incorrectly Hooked Up. Neg Cable To Positive Post. Could This Have Blown A Relay?
     
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    yes,
     
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    1994 Honda Covic 1.6vtec

    Which Relay, Starter?
     
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    1994 Honda Civic V-tec

    Is The Starter Relay In The Dash
     
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    When Key Turned In Ignition, No Alternator Or Check Ingine Lights Appear In Intrument Panel. Radio, Headlamps Or Dome Light Not Operating
     
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    does the car try to start
     
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    look under the dash in the fuse box. there will be an 80 amp fuse labled "Battery" that will probably need changed
     
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    I'll Try These Suggestions, Thanks. Honda God. The Car Does Not Try To Start. Electrical Signal Anywhere
     
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