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CarGurusJul 9, 2008 - Get someone to turn it over and see if it is getting spark. ... i have the same issue with my 1993 civic lx it has a 1.5 sohc non-vtec i changed ... comes wen the 2nd click of the main relay it doesn't occurs until after few minutes, few .... My 2000 Honda Civic Ex Vtec will not start, has a new tps, new throttle body, ...
Dec 31, 2012 - Difference Between a No Start and a No Crank Condition. ... can cause your 1.6L Honda Civic (Civic del Sol) to Crank but Not Start. ... In other words, the engine doesn't turn over at all. ... 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000.
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You have to have power to the brake switch and the key switch to release the park solenoid. There is an 80amp fuse and a 50amp fuse that powers the key switch. Have you checked them to see if they have power ?
Make sure your distruibutor rotor in turning while cranking engine, if it is timing belt ok, more then likely your not getting spark to spark plugs check your ignition coil, but more then likely it's going to be your ignition module.
DID YOU HAVE SPARK IN THE SPARK PLUG WIRES WHAT YOU CAN DO IS TAKE OFF ONE OF THE WIRES FROM THE SPARK PLUG AND PUT A FLAT SCREW DRIVER INSIDE THE WIRE AND PUT IT CLOSE TO THE METAL SO THE WIRE GETS GROUND AND HAVE SOME ONE TO CRANK THE ENGINE AND YOU GOING TO SEE THE SPARK IF YOU DONT SEE SPARK SO THAT IS YOU POBLEM
The need for the trans to be in park or neutral is a safety feature on all automatics called a detente. This prevents the vehicle from starting in gear and taking of out of control. As for the starting problem, if the battery is good and you even tried to jump it with another car the best place to start is at the battery terminals for corrosion.Remove the cables and with some sand paper, not to rough, clean the both the terminal and cable end to a shin before replacing.
If it still won't start than check all the connections on the starter motor. Do the same thing to all the connections that you did to the battery. After replacing the terminals on the battery and starter coat them with a terminal spray to protect them.