Question about 2001 Honda CR-V
I was driving in it just cut off and it wasnt firing now i put the distributor in it firing now but it want run
When you install a distributor on a honda engine, the camshaft has a slot cut in it which is not centered. The distibutor has teeth that are also off center so that it will only install IN PROPER TIMING. The car will (yes, it will) start, regardless of where the distributor is adjusted in the bolt slots.
Ensure that the ignition coil is installed properly and the wiring to the coil has the screws tightened all the way down.
Ensure that EVERY PLUG on the distributor has a wiring harness plugged in to it.
Firing order is 1,3,4,2. Number one post on the distributor is typically at the top and closest to the radiator. It turns clockwise. the next one around would be three, etc. The number one spark plug is the one all the way farthest to the driver side.
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