it want start on 1996 Acura TL

i put a new starter on my car and it want start ... i also put a battary in there i dont knw whatts wrong... it say i have a anti lock but ...

by in Oklahoma City, OK on April 03, 2009
4 answers 4 comments
ANSWER by , April 03, 2009
Does your car not even turn over or does it crank over and not 'catch'?
ANSWER by , November 11, 2009
I have a similar problem. Battery is fully charged, but starter wont do anything. PLEASE HELP!
COMMENT by , June 09, 2010
i had a similar problem.... so that means you need to get new engine.....because ur engine is lock...
ANSWER by , October 09, 2010
Please my daughter has a 1999 TL and the same thing, it won't start (please spell won't instead of want) it has a new battery and I did not hear any tale tell clicking, heard as in when other starters I had when they started to go usually we could catch it by clicking the ignition but not with her car.Do you think its the starter or another problem and if it is the starter how hard is it to get to it and replace it.I'm a chick and haven't had to do my own mechanical work in a while but situation has it that now I need to again so PLEASE any good response will be appreciated.
COMMENT by , October 10, 2010
Here is an article that we at RepairPal put together to help with the inspection of a 'no crank' problem. http://repairpal.com/no-start-diagnosis
COMMENT by , November 26, 2010
i bought a motor from artarco and swaped it in my car. when my old motor was in, it was cranking but the new motor doesnt. i checked the starter and the cables and everything seems to be good. my car doesnt crank at all. Is it the anti theft in my stock deck.
COMMENT by , December 10, 2010
hey guys ive had a similar problem i hope i can help, not sure the exact solution but when you turn your key and you get nothing no sound nothing, try putting your foot on the break and taking your shift out of park and into to d3 or d4 then back to park, try this a couple of times and your car should start no problem, ive had this problem once in a blue moon and this works every time, good luck -yazf
ANSWER by , January 04, 2011
could be the neutral safety switch