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The Car dont start

I'm hoping someone can help me out with a problem I've been having with my
Honda. It's a '96 Accord VTEC.I have trouble
starting it. I turn the key, the lights on the dash come on, but the car
doesn't start. My mechanic couldn't find a problem, but he told me it may have been the
main relay, It was change, the car start but in a minutes was shut down again.
We already change the main relay, ignition module, gasoline pump. And the car doesnt start.
PLEASE HELP ME !!! IM DESPERATE!

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    it was the cmputer

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Change the speed sensor relay(located on the gearbox),it worked for me.

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