Hey so I have this 2007 civic coupe and when I try to start the car it doesnt click at all. The dash lights come on and that's about it. The battery light, oil pressure light, and a small green key light all come on if I try to start the car. I have no oil leaks, no engine cracks as far as I can tell, the battery is fully charged and I've had the oil changed in the past 2 months. Like I said I can try to turn the ignition but only the dash lights and the following warning lights appear. The car doesn't click when I turn the ignition either. Ive heard it could be the alternator, the starter, or the anti-theft system in the car. Any help?
The most common cause of no crank on this model is starter failure. When this starter fails it is unlikely to make any noise unlike the older designs that had a different solenoid design. The older types made a loud click from the starter.
If the dash lights stay on bright during a crank attempt the starter and alternator are OK. The lights should dim a little, but not dim way down or go out, during cranking.
If the immobilizer is blocking cranking on a Honda the green key blinks. In normal operation it comes on for a few seconds at key on and then goes off. So this system is not likely to be the problem.
If no clicks heard from under the bonnet, it could be easily starter solenoid is stuck. In some cases, it could help if you throw few knocks on the solenoid with a stick like hammer handle, this could free up the solenoid and your car would crank again.