Hey guys... I gotta problem... So I was coming out of the sawgrass mills mall today after a long ass interview with a prospective employer, and while I was interviewing, I noticed it was raining, hard, outside (It was loud even from inside the store). No big deal, I thought, as long as I rembered to put my windows up. Well, when I finally got out, I discovered, to my relief, I did put my windows up and all was well... Until I tried to start my car. I got nuthin'. No weak churning, no clicking, not a damn thing. But all my electronics inside were working. My battery was close to dead, and it had been for quite some time, but it had always soldiered through and started up for me, I figured it was energetic enough to run my dash lights, but not enough to crank the motor. So I got a jump, still nuthin'. I deducted that the problem rested somewhere between my battery and the starter assembly. I couldn't do anything about it there, so I called a friend of mine that works nearby. He came and helped me push-start it, and it push-started fine, except that there was a weird whining that I've never heard before that rose and fell in pitch with my engine rpm. And my srs (supplemental restraint system, Airbags) light came on, it never has before. So now, I got it home, got a new battery, still no starting. So it has something to do with that little electric motor connected to its bigger gasoline cousin. Could it be the solenoid? Remember this is after a heavy rain, stuff splashes? Could it randomly be that clutch cutoff switch? (or interlock if you want to be all mechanically correct) The "Starter cut relay"? (I have the dealer's handbook of the prelude on .pdf, that's where I'm getting that idea from, I dont even know what it does) Any Ideas would be greatly appreciated, you guys are the best. Thanks for reading my long ass post!!!