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I have a 1998 honda passport that wont starts some things i can try to do to get it started?

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Ck fuel pressure and spark at the plug wires then go from there.

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SOURCE: fanbelt diagram for 98 honda passport

Check carefully under the hood. There should be a sticker under the hood in the engine compartment with a diagram of the belt routing. If you can't find it, check your owners manual (if u still have it), if all this fails, ask where u purchased the new belt, they would have access to that info. Good luck!

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SOURCE: 1998 honda passport themostat location ?

It's on the top front of your engine inside a rounded housing. Follow the top radiator hose - the thing it clamps to is the thermostat housing. I think it's held on by three bolts - two top and one bottom.

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SOURCE: 2000 Honda Passport wont start.

I ended up finding a repair shop here in Cleveland. The problem ended up being a short in the electrical system. My fuse kept blowing. That's why it wouldn't restart. If you decide to take your vehicle to a repair shop, have them check out the electrical system. My problem was found under the drivers side fender. Some of the wires were corroded. Good luck!

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SOURCE: 1997 Honda Passport. Merely a ''click'' when turning ignition

check your battery teminals are tight allso check the battery has power init by turning lights on could

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SOURCE: When I turn the ignition

What fuse? Is it an ignition fuse? You could go to autozone.com and get free wire digrams. All you need to do is register which is also free. The diagram may show the fuse panel and you can trace what fuse is blowing to what it powers.

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