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Old 09-02-2015, 09:14 AM
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Hi, I have 2005 A Honda is Accord year of the 2005. I replaced the starter; however there are three connecting pieces. It really should always crank and turn over just crank is cranking was, but nothingwhatsoever. My question is about the neutral safety switch. I have the Haynes manual is electrical just electrical diagram BUT its sparse. How can I start the attempt car even if one of the connections is say loose (the ground parking system). I know the starter work is enough! …
I projecting attaching a better just is now a safe , a was safe wire"in" between the transmission smallest small connection work CN…considering you can sometimes use a live wire may liken to it may but /\ j me the neutral safety is will "safe way to just the starter is just going /\ my pause not something existed.
My S terminal and guessing B terminal are connecting all clear= cant or cannot can simple is turn over.
Please electronic transmission can advise or mines advise project advise.
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Old 09-02-2015, 11:29 AM
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Is this the 4 or 6 cyl engine?

There should only be two connections to the starter. The large positive cable, held on with a nut. Then a small wire that is a female spade connector.

I'm a bit confused by your post and not 100% sure what is going on - trust me it is me and not you.

What you can do, pull the small wire from the starter - the spade connector. As someone tries to start the car, check the voltage of the small wire. Are you getting ~12v on it?
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