Question about 2001 Honda CR-V
Tries to turnover but no spark at plugs
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you would have to do some basic checks before i could answer that one im fraid. when did it stop have you have any work done prior to that and if no apparent reason then you would have to check the two main things, fuel (take a spark plug out of your engine, is the end wet/dry, if dry wot colour is it(brown=rich mix, whiteish=running fine,black=running very lean) then while plug out connect back to the wire it came from without screwing it in and hold to the body of the engne with a very insulated pair of pliers while a trusted friend tries to start it, you should see a spark everytime the engine turns over) third conclusive test would be to smell exhaust fumes for trace of petrol) if you can smell petrol in fumes then electrical, same if plugs are wettish with fuel, if plugs dry and spark there then you want to be looking at fuel probs, if no spark and dry plugs then you would be looking at immobiliser probs. sorry i couldnt be more specific.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Make sure the plugs are gapped to spec, before installing, check condition of plug wires as you do the change, or change them at the same time to be sure.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
The gap is 1.1 mm for the plug on the 2.4 L CRV.
If using NGK plugs the spec is NGK ZFR6F-11.
The -11 in the part number means 1.1 mm.
If you have an emissions sticker under the hood, the plug type and gap should be printed there.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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remove the ignition coil pack and have it tested at a local auto parts store. If its still good, try replacing the crank or cam position sensor. If you still get no spark, then you will need to follow up with the tech manuals for thorough trouble shooting instructions.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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