Question about 1990 Honda Accord
Im searching all over the internet for different forums and same problem is arising, car ran then no spark. car was ran to my house when purchased about half an hour away no problems at all ran like a top, then sat for about 3 months. went to go start it and would not spark. brand new plugs and wires still no spark, then purchased new cap and rotor and still no spark. i checked all the wires that was recommended in the bible but all the voltages and currents were average. im about ready to buy a new distributor. i took the distributor off and tried to find some way to identify serial number and or make but could only find this letter and number combination inside the distributor under the rotor and cover on the coil printed (TC-08A) is this the model of distributor that im looking for. and if not please tell me what the hell might be going on thanks very much MARK S.
Could you possibly be looking on the wrong area? is the rotor turning when engine is cranked? I hate to possibly bring bad news but is the cam belt/chain intact? as if broken you'll never get a spark.
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Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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