Question about 1992 Honda Accord
Changed distrubutor cap, rotary button, and plugs now the car won't run
Sometimes the new distributor cap has a different sequence of the spark plug wires. It would have an instructional diagram to designate which wire number goes where. On 4-cylinder Honda vehicles, the #1 sparkplug is all the way to the left or front (in the case of transversely mounted engines). The first thing to go awry in a DIY tuneup is usually the wire sequence.
Now, if you connected a battery during this process, then check/replace the Main/Power Relay/Fuse because you could have hooked it up wrong.
Posted on May 11, 2009
Replace the Main Relay.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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