Question about 1992 Honda Civic
92 Honda Civic fails to start after short run till I let it sit for a few minutes with the key on, then it starts and runs fine till I shut it off and try to start it again. Today it failed to start after a long sit and had to leave it at work.
Any ideas to what is going on?
The two most common things are the pgmfi (fuel injection) relay, and the distributors. Replace the relay first, not too expensive and a new one is peace of mind, if that doesn't fix it, my money would be on the distributor. The relay is a rectangular (1"x1"x2") box bolted way up under the drivers side dashboard. It will say "Mitsuba" on it.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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