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Car Start Problem

(1990 Honda Accord)
in Alexandria, LA on February 22, 2011
The problem started this winter. The first thing in the morning when I tried to start the car, I would turn the key in the ignition, but nothing would happen. If I kept trying to turn the car on, it would eventually start right up. (Took anywhere from 3-6 tries - battery is okay-had that checked.) Now that warm weather is back, I don't seem to have as much of a problem with starting the car, but I am afraid to take the car out of town, because I'm scared the problem will reoccur. This particular problem has not happened before. Please advise.
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on February 23, 2011
I'm suspicious that the ignition lock cylinder or the ignition switch is worn out. Get it checked by a Honda specialist.
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