Question about 1995 Honda Passport
I changed my fuel pump in my 1995 passport. there is fuel in the lines, and the plugs are sparking, yet it will only turn over and not start. does anybody know what the problem could be? I have tried everything that i can think of....
Open the fuel line near the injector pump by loosening the line nut preferably with a hex line wrench or find a bleed port on the injector and loosen it. Remove the ignition coil wire to to avoid a fire. Once some place is open for the gas to flow and flush the fuel line, crank on the engine for a short time til all the air is flushed from the fuel line, then tighten the line or bleed port nut to stop the leaks. Replace the coil wire and start the engine normally. Good luck and happy new year.
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