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Prelude had no power


Rickhonda

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Hi Everybody, I need help. It was a hot day, I try to start my prelude with one crank, as I crank, the engine turn but didn't start. After that, I can't get it to start. My battery is good, my starter is good...but I have no flow of power...no power to the ignition...now no electric flow anywhere, any help will be appreciate...thank you.

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well your selenoid could be bad kuz when mine went bad it drained all the power to the whole car. might want to check the next after you clean you terminals up and theres still a prob.

also check your fuses under your hood and under your dash inside the car, if nothing could be a relay or you have a grounded wire some where

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Hi Everybody, I need help. It was a hot day, I try to start my prelude with one crank, as I crank, the engine turn but didn't start. After that, I can't get it to start. My battery is good, my starter is good...but I have no flow of power...no power to the ignition...now no electric flow anywhere, any help will be appreciate...thank you.

 

 

hey man under the steering column there is a red plug in a plastic box it is your main fuel and ignition relay thats what is sounds like because i have one doing the exact same thing and replaced it and no more problems you can check it by turning your key on and listening for the click from under the dash if it clicks that means its working if it doesnt well you can figure it out

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well your selenoid could be bad kuz when mine went bad it drained all the power to the whole car. might want to check the next after you clean you terminals up and theres still a prob.

also check your fuses under your hood and under your dash inside the car, if nothing could be a relay or you have a grounded wire some where

 

 

your solenoid is on your starter. but you arent getting any power whatsoever. so its gotta be a bad connection on the battery. also check your main battery fuse under the hood in the fuse box. i beleive its a 70 amp

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