I have a 1990 honda civic w/ a 1.5 and manual trans.Woke up one morning and it wouldn't start. Fuel pump comes on, main relay is good, and ignition coil is new too. When I try to start the car, engine won't rotate. I'm thinking that it's either the fly wheel or maybe the distributor. How do you know if your distributor is bad? I also checked out the engine check code and it gave me 6 short blinks. Can't find the codes online.....
I had this exact problem in my civ the solution to my problem was the switch at the top of the clutch petal if u press it in and turn the key it should start and u can jump the to wires and it will cancel out the switch
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if you have a civic 90 when you remove the rear seat will see a metal plate with a black wire loom in the middle of floor remove 4 philip head screws and fuel pump is right there if not there than your pump is in fuel tank and have to drop tank to get to it
My first guess would be the fuel pump relay or the ignition module. Look for something that gets hot and fails like a relay or electrical part. When it won't start, check for spark at the plugs and the fuel pressure.
Hi...my name is Keith...if you will pull a spark plug out and see if you are getting spark to the spark plug..and if you are getting spark... you can rule out the ignition....and i would look towards the fuel pump... and a fuel pump relay(if it is fuel injected)