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I have a 91 accord wagan replaced motor now no spark !

Replaced distributor w\coil, replace main relay under the dash {still nothing}. Turns over good just no spark.
coil gets power in and out but not out the spark plug wire?????????

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  • craig_sauvag Feb 25, 2009

    it's new all so, distributor is new from the dealer

  • craig_sauvag Feb 25, 2009

    rotor and cap new

  • Anonymous Feb 25, 2009

    no spark

    good voltage on module

    module tested - good

    cranks fine

  • Anonymous Feb 25, 2009

    contacts checked, timing good, rotor only goes in one way

    what is the location of the ECM (computer brain)

  • mike loshbough
    mike loshbough May 11, 2010

    when you turn the key on but dont start does the engine light go out after five seconds ?

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Very common for the contacts to fail on the back of the ignition switch. It will crank but not start, replace the contact and harness set.

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Trying new ECM.........not cheap, Auto Zone $340.00

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  • okibuddha Feb 28, 2009

    i had the same problem.........



    replaced the distributer and fixed the problem

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Sounds to me like a bad rotor, pop the dist. cap off and check the contacts inside

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

  • Rick Jones
    Rick Jones Feb 25, 2009

    second try, is the timing set correctly and not 180* out???

  • Rick Jones
    Rick Jones Feb 27, 2009

    the rotor isn't the problem. 180* out, if you installed the distribtor with #1 cyl. on TDC on the compression stroke not the exhaust stroke. i've done it once before,

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