How to install ignition switch cylinder on 86 Honda Accord
How do i install an ignition switch cylinder on a 1986 Honda Accord? I had some one else take it out for me and they told me to try putting the new one in my self but for some reason it won't go all the way in
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no, the plug is firing. But the timing is off. the plug is firing quite a bit before top dead center on that cylinder. The burning of the fuel mixture is occurring while that piston is on its way up and is slowing it down---dragging down the whole engine. i think you should change the distributor cap and rotor as cylinder one is firing at the same time as cylinder 2or 4. This indicates a possible carbon track in the distributor cap.
If your fuses are good, and no loose wires, try the ignition switch, not lock cylinder, the ignition switch is located on the steering column about two-three inches away from the ignition lock cylinder towards the dash on the steering column.
Only if the rest of the car is in good (perfect) condition. If not then I would not replace the head gasket. Head gaskets dont just go bad, overheating is what causes the gasket failure, then the head will be warped and need to be repaired/ straightened, Then you will need to fix why it overheated in the first place.