Question about 1991 Honda Civic
My 1991 Honda Civic has a functioning timing belt, a well charged battery new distributor cap and rotor, and no spark. There is no primary igntion voltage at the ingnition coil. If I trace the ground wire back to the main engine harness there is good ground all the way up to where that wire enters the underside of the distributor. What are the possible causes for this loss of electrical continuity?
Excessive resistance in the wire (including breaks or shorts) or the fault is not the wire itself but what feeds that wire its power.Have you run a seperate wire from the battery to feed power to that wire yourself.?Does the car start if you do?
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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