Car won't start

Asked by Mar 05, 2017 at 08:25 PM about the 2007 Honda Accord EX-L V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car won't crank it acts like it want to but it
won't I've had alternator battery and starter
replaced

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Do you mean that the engine turns and sound like it is trying to run when you hold the key to start? If so, it sounds like not getting fuel or spark. You can check the fuel shut off switch to make sure it has not popped to the off position. It can be activated with a good firm bump to the car without the car being damaged at all. Sometimes that happens or it can just pop for no apparent reason, you just have to press it back in to turn it back on in most cases. It opos in the event of a collision to prevent gas from flowing to the engine and causing a fire. Not sure where your's is locted so you will have to goole that. If the switch is still in the on position, you will need to pull a spark plg or wire to check that you are getting spark when the key is turned to the start position.

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