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turn left, sputter, sputter, pop! sputter, sputter..............vvveeerrrooommm !? WTF? Crazy 91 Honda CRX just became a death car tryin to get through an intersection. Checked all my wires and ended up in the gas tank tryin to put the fuel pump back together. POS pump is in the left side of the tank!? So if you got a few miles on it the fuel pump screen can fall off. Turn left and the last 1/8th of a tank goes to the right leaving a 3/4 ton chevy in your girlfrends lap...well almost. I still got the CRX, the girl got droped off at the car wash cuz she smelled like poo.
I would suggest an ignition module. If it is a rough idle at startup I would check the throttle position sensor. You can check that by starting the car and unplugging the TPS. If the car runs differently then chances are it is working fine.
this is not the problem of fluid, this is a major problem of transmission. The transmission must be detached from the engine, which you cant do by yourself. the transmission can be repaired but i dont know mechanics in your do it. otherwise you have to replace the transmission.
Change your fuel filter. Probably clogged. If you get it started, even though it's clogged, the extra work required by the fuel pump to push fuel through will wear out the pump prematurely.
Be prepared to change your fuel pump soon. You probably have two pumps: a boost pump to push it up out of the tank, and a high pressure pump to drive your injectors. So if you change the filter, and you get it running, get ready for a pump change. And while you're doing that, go ahead and change out both pumps. Fuel pumps work together just like your headlamps. If one headlamp goes out, you change both, so do the same with your fuel pumps.