It's not the battery, because radio works. I was told, by folks who don't work on cars, that possibly it's the starter or fuel pump. any thoughts? Won't turn over
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1990 Honda Accord Question: car won't start
Answer #1mhoffor from Mike's A to Z Mobile Auto Repair, August 12, 2010, 11:04Enthusiast
Don't trust that becuse the radio works that the battery isn't bad, to find the problem you need a volt meter. Battery voltage should be about 12.25 with nothing on. With the ignition switch on it should be around 12. When you turn it to start it should drop to between 10 and 11 and the starter motor should run. If the starter clicks and the voltage doesn't drop the starter is bad. If the voltage drops real low and the starter doesn't make any noise, it's the battery. Their are other things you can check like the start wire in the starter, or the ignition switch, or posibly the nutral safety switch, or several relay's.