Question about 1995 Honda Accord
Had the coil and distributor checked they said power was going to both and there last thought was that it is the ignition key switch and electoral that goes with it. it has not been put on a diagnostic yet cause i don't have one here at home . But my first thought was the fuel pump they said there was power going to it but i don't here it make a noise and i do not smell any gas.
I don't think you or anyone else understands the
meaning of diagnostics
There are no computers used at all in working on a car
The professional scan tools & note book type software,
only looks into the cars computer to what it thinks, it sees
Your only checking for codes,no big deal & no car diagnoses
When you have things checked & have conversations,why not
leave the car to be diagnosed,meaning- find the issues & have
Posted on Jan 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1995 Civic Dies
you may have a faulty crank position sensor shutting the spark off. this will throw a code into the computer though my suggestion would be to have the ecm read for codes.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
SOURCE: 1991 Honda Accord won't start
Could be the igniter inside the distributor (unless you have an external coil). Look on your distributor to see if there are 5 wires leading from it. If there are, you have an external coil that is likely bad... If you have only 4 wires coming from your distributor it is most likely the internal ignition inside the distributor ($50.+). AS SOON AS YOU GET IT STARTED CHANGE YOUR OIL. Your fuel pump has loaded your cylinders with fuel and it has probably leaked down into your oil pan making your oil thin and mixed with gas.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
dont drop the tank, theres a access panel in trunk, or under back seat to get to the pump/wires. the MAIN RELAY's are problems on these cars. its a large relay in the drivers side of the dash.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
most common problem with these civics are the rotor and ignitor. i would reccommend starting with a new dist cap, rotor, and ignitor.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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