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1988 honda civic

Does anyone have a vacuum diagram? Lots of parts changed, distributor, cap/rotor/plus, IAC, Map Sensor. Any ideas?

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The distributor is driven directly by the camshaft. The end of the camshaft contains a set of grooves that engage the distributor shaft. These grooves prevent the distributor from being incorrectly installed.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

  1. Using masking tape, remove the spark plug wires from the cap and number them for installation as they are removed.
From 1988-onwards, all Honda Civic series models were fuel injected.
  1. Disconnect the vacuum hoses, the primary wire and the high tension wire. If equipped with fuel injection, remove the four prong connector from the crank angle sensor.
  2. Remove the hold-down bolt(s) and pull the distributor from the head.


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Fig.: Distributor mounting -1992-95 vehicles

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Fig.: Pulling the distributor from where it mates to the camshaft at the right side of the valve cover

Hope helped (remember rated this help) Good luck.

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The Main relay on your vehicle is defective. When the relay is operating while the engine is started and running, it gets hot. Add the hot weather to the relay and they break inside. The relay is located on the side firewall driverside above the left kick plate inside the car,and is secured with a 10mm hex cap screw (bolt). Replace this relay, and your vehicle should start.
It looks like this;



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