Is there a reason why my Honda CRV won't start and has no clicking noise?

I hopped into my Honda CRV this morning, but alas, it wouldn’t start! The odd part is that my car isn’t making any clicking noises or anything when I’m cranking the engine. What would be the cause of my CRV not starting without clicking noises?

Eric Schad · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
The reason why your Honda CRV won’t start and has no clicking noise is likely the result of a bad starter. When a starter begins to fail, you won’t hear the clicking noise commonly associated with battery or alternator issues. If you haven’t had any other problems with your car recently or this issue was abrupt, look at your starter first.
The only way to know if your starter is the culprit is to take your car to the shop. If that’s indeed the issue, the
replacement cost for a starter
on a CRV is about $300 to $500 depending on the model year.
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