Question about 1990 Honda Civic
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
Posted on Jun 10, 2013
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