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Re: timing 92 civic
You can't turn that distributor enough to make it not start. Full advance would be counter clockwise to the stops and Full ****** the other way. If it helps, just clamp it up halfway between the stops and you won't be far off. I think you may have another infamous Honda starting glitch.
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This was listed under the 1994 Honda Civic by the Asker for a 1992 Honda Civic Click on the following free direct Link. It has the Timing: Belt and Mark Diagrams for your 1992 Honda Civic. Plus additional Instructional and Directional Diagrams.
Make sure your distruibutor rotor in turning while cranking engine, if it is timing belt ok, more then likely your not getting spark to spark plugs check your ignition coil, but more then likely it's going to be your ignition module.
Most of the engines are set at 15 degrees before top dead center, some of the civic (1.5) are set at 16 before, exc one that is 12 before. . You didn't specify what engine, but most of the 2.3, 2.2 are 15. Think you have one of these. Hope this helps yoou, rick
He is probably messing with the main relay its a grey box under the dash near the fuse box if you look up under the dash you will see it they are know for going bad if you tap it a couple of times while cranking the car and it starts then replace it they are not that expensive