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1988 prelude 2.0 si died while driving

No power coming from coil, and no power going to the fuel pump. I ran a power lead to the fuel pump it checked out O.K. The check engine light is on as soon as the key is turned on.

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It is the ignition . they have three power wires 1 to coil 1 to fuel pump amd 1 to ecm with out all three it wont run

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Check your air intake, filters, throttle body etc

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88 Honda prelude SI wont start?


U need to re-timed the engine. Check all four marks going across the two cam pully is lined up with the engine head surface.
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I got a 1993 prelude 2.3L car dies or stalls while driving and starts back act like it not getting fuel. any suggestions.


Check your fuel pump fuse or relay. It could be a clogged fuel filter or you fuel pump may be going bad.

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1983 Honda Prelude stall during driving I put gas on carburator it start the engine where is the problem?


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86 honda prelude si 2.0 dies, won't restart


hey sounds to me like it's the alternator see when the alternator is not working properly the main source of direct energy comes from the battery and when that runs out it makes your car die . then it might turn on again but it does not last. u shuld have you alternator checked to make sure if not ask me again..

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