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sounds like there could be a problem somewhere along the fuel line either between the pump and that engine or between the filter and the engine i have a car that would do the same thing turned out to be the fuel filter was full of **** ran like a dream after i changed that.
COULD BE STOPPED UP FUEL FILTER.CHECK FUEL PRESSURE SHOULD BE 48 PSI. IF LOWER HONDA ADVISE TO REPLACE FUEL FILTER.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE FUEL PUMP THROUGH ACCESS PANEL FROM THE FLOOR.IF FUEL PRESSURE OKAY.REPLACE AIR FILTER.REPLACE SPARK PLUGS IF YOU HAVE OVER 110000 MILES ON THEM.IF SPARK PLUGS BEEN CHANGED ALREADY.IF ENGINE STILL WONT CRANK AND IDLE.CODE SCAN FOR A FAULTY IDLE AIR CONTROL VALVE.
Start with this at the time it wont start and only cranks over squirt some starting fluid in the intake if it starts and then dies out you have a fuel problem. If youve never changed out the fuel filter that would be a good place to start. If after you squirt some starting fluid in it and it doesnt even start check for spark at the plugs then at the coil and so on. Dont get to stuck on the relay if the relay was bad it wouldnt even start also if you have a way to check the fuel pressure check it and make sure its within specs.
The Fuel Filter Canister on a 2.2L 1996 Honda Accord is in the back of the engine compartment near the drivers side by the fire wall. It is a round canister with one hose attached to the top, and the bottom, it also has a band around the center of the filter attaching it to a bracket. It is to the left of and slightly below the brake master cylinder. The Best way to relieve the fuel press is by removing the main 20 Amp Fuse in the Fuse Box under the hood and starting the car and letting it die until all the fuel in the line is used up. After reinstalling the Filter, reinstall the Fuse and turn the ignition swich on and off a few times all the way to the start position without starting the car, this lets the fuel pump repressurize the system.
I think you should check the air filter or air intake. It seems like it's not gettin and air to start since when you spray the starting fluid it's runs but stop and it stalls. I think that it's the air supply for the car.