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Will not start

My 95 civic will not start. it has a brand new distributer, wires, plugs.also has new injectors. fuel pump works. all fuses are good. and ecu is throwing no trouble codes.motor turns over but will not start

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  • joeoguin Sep 15, 2008

    the spark should be good it is all only 2 days old fuel pressure has to be good all you smell is gas coming out of the exhaust

  • DVSD16turbo Sep 19, 2008

    i have the same problem but, i have an afermarket fuel pump and it wont turn over.

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Check asg fude under the dash in the fuse panel

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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Have you verified spark with calibrated tester? How many pounds of fuel pressure do you have?

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

  • travis campbell Sep 15, 2008

    You cant diagnose something on what a value should be,you need to verify good spark....There is more to the ignition system than what you replaced..For instance the ignition control module....

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Should sparks at the end of the plugs be present, you may want to go back to the fuel possibility and verify that fuel is coming into the carbs or into the high pressure injector pumps. Electrically, there could also be a fuse for the injector pump.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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