2006 honda accord

Asked by JessH05 Sep 27, 2019 at 11:07 AM about the 2006 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I bought a 2006 honda accord it drove fine
went to store and came out and would not
start the battery is good and inside lights
and radio come on but you try and start it
and nothing no noise or anything what could
it be? Please help

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Most of the time when this problem arises suddenly, it's a dead or dying battery; you might have enough juice to light the lights, but not enough to turn the starter motor. Jump start the car properly; leave donor hooked up long enough to charge your battery, at least ten minutes. If your car starts, fine. If it does not start, replace your battery. After either of these, go to an auto parts store and have any codes read. They may point you to the reason your battery died.

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