Question about 2000 Honda Civic
Won't turn over? Do you mean the starter won't crank the engine over?
Or the engine cranks over and won't start, and you have tested for spark when cranking and have no spark? And then you have tested the coil and ignition module, and they tested out good? Am I on the right page here? If so, maybe the next thing to check would be the crank position sensor. The ecu (computer) signals the ignitor (ignition module) when to initiate spark after it digests the signals from the crank position sensor and the cam position sensor.
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
Don't have enough information. Based on the age of the car, I'm guessing.....only guessing. Don't know miles, don't know engine, don't really know symptoms. I'd guess your timing belt has broken. If the engine is turning over, but not starting, take off top of timing belt cover and verify it's not broken.
Posted on Apr 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello: Remove the distributor cap. Check the rotor, see if there is a black spot where the metal piece makes contact with the carbon stick out tha makes contact with the coil. Did you replace that piece when you replaced the coil, it should have come with the new coil? Also did you reinstall the ground strap that was under the coil and went to the stick-out that the black connector plugs into the cap?
Posted on Aug 31, 2011
Have you checked the ignitor on the car some of these have one mounted right next to the coil and they will stop it from getting fire. Also check cam and crank sensors and ensure they are sending out a signal.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
check your distributor. Its pretty common that they get burnt inside. pull the cap and look for burn marks or white marks. If so replace it.Its fairly cheap and not to difficult.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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Posted on Jun 20, 2011
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Fig. Remove the ignition coil cover (A), disconnect the ignition coil connectors (B), then remove the ignition coils (C)
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