This morning when I hopped into my 1995 D90 with 138,000 miles on it and I turned the key and the engine did not start.
Once before this happened but NOTHING worked that time (it was like the battery was dead- but I suspect it was the key cylinder- and this has not happened since) Today what happened as the bells went off and the crazy lights on the dash came on, radio worked, but no engine.
When I was young I worked in a auto shop (but they just worked on Japanese cars). So I know to listen for the starter selanoide or some other starter type 'whine"- but there was nothing: no clicking, no werwering, no whineing, nothing- just the radio (which I turned off so I could tried again).
If this was a Honda I would know where to start- but I have never worked on a D90 as of yet. So here is my question: so what can I do/ where do I start?
I know my Dad suggested to hit/tap the starter with a hammer and see if that would jar anything loose. But I wanted some feedback to see what the D-90 community thought?
Oh yea! One thing I left out. This morning I put it in reverse and rolled it down the driveway and when I popped the clitch the car fired up like a champ.